In honor of the New Year, Hillel Yaffe Medical Center organized a festive toast for its employees. Medical Center Director, Dr. Dudkiewicz said, “It was a year of diverse work in fields such as quality and process improvement, development and upgrading of infrastructures and development and strengthening our human capital.”
The cornerstone was laid for the new and protected pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) building of the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center, whose construction has just begun. The building will cost NIS 25 million, part from donations
The treatment, offered for the first time in Israel by Hillel Yaffe’s ENT – Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery Unit, generates electrical stimulation through a special system that helps stimulate muscle cramps to improve the function of the affected nerve
Hillel Yaffe Medical Center staff, together with many outside organizations, conducted an earthquake drill and needed to prepare differently. In light of the many recent earthquakes in northern Israel, this was a necessary and important drill.
Over 150 pregnant women and their guests came to enjoy a pregnancy and childbirth fair, which included enriching lectures from the Maternity Department, a soothing massage for pregnant women, a delightful breakfast and exhibitor booths
The woman arrived with very strong stomach pain after giving birth at home, was diagnosed with a uterine rupture and underwent life-saving emergency surgery. The clear recommendation to women: have your babies at recognized medical centers
For the first time in Israel – A Therapeutic Relaxation Garden in the Maternity Ward, which utilizes elements from nature with an emphasis on attention to the needs of the new mother. The garden, which cost about 1.5 million NIS and was a donation by Jewish National Fund – Holland
Dan Bolzoni, 47, was rushed to Hillel Yaffe Medical Center after losing consciousness right after emerging from the water on the Sadot Yam beach. Diagnosed with an acute myocardial infarction, he had an emergency cardiac catheterization