The Pride of Israel: The Past Year at Rabin Medical Center

9,019 BABIES WERE BORN
4,721 Boys and 4,298 Girls
264 Twins and 5 Triplets

129 INDIVIDUALS RCEIVIED A NEW LEASE ON LIFE
4 Heart Transplants
33 Lung Transplants
20 Liver Transplants
72 Kidney Transplants

4,671 INDIVUDALS RECEIVED A SECOND CHANCE
833 Heart Operations
3,835 Catheterizations

61 INDIVUALS RECEIVED LIFE SAVING BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS
37 From Their Own Cells
24 From a Donor

3,136 INVIDUALS OPENED THEIR EYES
119 Cornea Transplants
3,034 Cataract Operations
715,261 Outpatient Visits
161,160 ER Visits
13,800 MRI Exams
47,231 CT Exams
332,440 Days of Hospitalization
36,037 Surgeries were Performed

ALL OF THESE PATIENTS WERE TREATED BY THE 4,500 CARING, COMPASSIONATE STAFF AT THE RABIN MEDICAL CENTER

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