We urgently need the following emergency medical equipment:
USD $360 Laryngoscopes: For quick lifesaving intubations for soldiers
USD $7,500 ER Transport Stretcher: Outstanding mobility, quality and comfort for the transfer of soldiers from place to place
First stage of the new inpatient medical tower will include 3 stories located above the new Emergency Center presently under construction, and necessary foundations, also three stories high. The tower will house five internal medicine hospitalization departments as well as various support services.
Each of the 5 internal medicine departments will accommodate 38 beds and the total number of beds on the three floors will be 190. The gross area for each department will be about 1,500 sq.meters and will include: single and double patient rooms with en suite washrooms, nurses' station, six-bed intermediate care room for close supervision of patients, treatment room, doctors' offices and storage.
Total gross area of the building at this stage will be 9,000-10,000 sq.meters. In the future the plan is to house Intensive Care, outpatient clinics, imaging facilities and more in the new building. Furthermore, the new tower will have long-term potential for expansion of an additional three floors.
The new tower is being designed in accordance to modern hospital design models by leading architects. With over 65% of the patients in the Departments of Medicine over the age of 65, a sizable proportion of them Holocaust survivors, planning will take into consideration the special needs of the elderly due to various cognitive and physical changes such as deterioration of eyesight and hearing, balance, bone weakness and more. In addition, various elements will be incorporated into the design such as presence of natural light sources and maximum patient privacy and dignity as well as a friendly work environment.
Projected completion time of the new Inpatient Internal Medicine Tower: 2013
Cost of Project: $40 million
This sum includes $10 million costs for construction of the foundation and $30 million for establishment of the 3 hospitalization floors.
For further information, please contact American Friends of Rabin Medical Center at (212) 279-2522 or via e-mail
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