Cancer Treatment at Hadassah Hospital, Israel
The Sharett Institute of Oncology Department was established at the Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center in 1977 as a national center for the prevention and cancer treatment in Israel, and for cancer research.
The Sharett Institute of Oncology Department, serving the population of Jerusalem and environs, is a referral center for cancer patients from all over the world. More than 3,500 new patients are referred to the Sharett Institute each year.
The Sharett Institute strives for excellence, reliability and compassion in its cancer treatment. The Institute's goal is to employ the best and foremost methods the world over, while addressing the special emotional needs of each and every patient. Along with offering standard cancer treatment, the Institute's physicians include the patients in innovative and international clinical trials, and develop experimental and cutting-edge cancer treatment approaches at the Oncology Department.
In order to achieve these goals the Institute operates special units that are inextricably linked, consisting of infrastructure units, specialized units focusing on specific spheres, and interdisciplinary units.
The clinical units work closely with the most advanced research laboratories. Researchers, doctors and lab technicians work as a team to investigate new treatments and spheres relating to cancer, enabling rapid and maximum use of research outcomes in cancer treatment Israel, diagnosis and prevention.
Ambulatory Treatment Unit (outpatient)
Inpatient Care Department
Research at the Oncology Institute
Research: Basic and translational
Clinical Trial Center
Specialized and Interdisciplinary units
Supportive Treatment and Pain Center
Cancer Genetics (oncogenetics) Center
Breast Cancer Center
Treatment of Colorectal Tumors
Early Detection and Prevention
Teaching in the Oncology department
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