For nearly 100 years, Hadassah and its hospitals have been leaders in medicine and nursing in Israel, laying the foundations and setting the standards for the modern health care system.
Numbers & Figures
Hadassah's 850 physicians and doctors, 1,940 nurses, 1,020 paramedical and support staff work across two medical center hospitals in Israel.
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America is the largest Jewish organization and the largest women's organization in the United States.
Find out how to get to the Hadassah hospitals and clinics by car, on the bus or using the Jerusalem light railway, and find Hadassah locations on a map.
Welcome to Hadassah hospitals as an inpatient. Here you can find information on the facilities available to you before you arrive and during your stay.
Phone BookOur online phonebook will help you find useful phone numbers and addresses for getting in touch with the Hadassah hospitals & facilities.
Obstetrics & Gynecology
The Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Hadassah Medical Center has great experience in providing excellence in women's healthcare.
The aim of the "Natural Childbirth Center" is to provide a framework that encourages physiological labor and birth for women who are at "low risk".
Hadassah Baby Hotel
The hotel provides women and their new born an environment of convenience right after giving birth.
A nature trail around the Ein Kerem Hadassah Hospital campus, created by a dedicated crew of Hadassah volunteers, provides a way of exploring the lush scenery of the area.
Thousands of high school students participate every year in the seminar "Youths drive differently", aimed at reducing their level of involvement in road accidents.
The Patricia and Russell Fleischman Center for Women's Health, the only one of its kind in Israel, is a multidisciplinary center that takes a holistic approach to women's health.
The mission of the Hadassah Medical School is to train doctors who, on graduating, will have acquired the knowledge, skills and professional behavior...
Nursing SchoolHadassah has pioneered nursing education in Israel from the organization's inception to this day.
The Hebrew University - Hadassah School of Dental Medicine was established as an independent unit in 1965.
The Technology Transfer Company of Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem promotes and commercializes HMO's continuously generated intellectual property...
The Hadassah Biotechnology Park is located in the heart of the Ein Kerem Hadassah campus, right next to Hadassah University Hospitals and Hebrew University's Medical School.
World Medical Association Declaration of Helsinki: Ethical Principles for Medical Research Involving Human Subjects, Institutional Review Board (IRB).
Blood DonationThe Hadassah Blood Bank serves all departments of the hospital, and is set up to provide blood and various blood components to patients. More
Volunteering at HadassahDozens of volunteers work at Hadassah every day and help its hospitals in fulfilling their mission: saving lives, treating patients and creating conditions for a better health system. More
Giving to HadassahParticipate in lifesaving healing, teaching and research through a contribution to the Hadassah University Medical Center. More
Welcome to the appointment booking center at Hadassah
Phone: +97225842111; *6777Mobile: *677
Private medical services: +97226778899
To fill out a form online click here
Hadassah's many pediatric departments address any medical problem in a child's health. We have the best doctors working within the framework of the children's wing.
In an era when diseases cross borders, it is no surprise that every year thousands of international patients cross continents and countries and travel to Israel for medical treatment at Hadassah hospital.
The private medical service (sharap) available at Hadassah hospitals was founded some fifty years ago. In the beginning it was known as “limited geographic praxis.” Over the years it underwent many changes before developing into its present format.
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