The Chairperson of the Jewish Agency for Israel, Isaac Herzog, and his wife Michal, toured the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center this week and were impressed by the new departments and units that are currently being built at the hospital
The “jellyfish season” is upon us, and the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center has already had several cases of jellyfish burns and stings. Dr. Jalal Ashkar, Director of the Emergency Medicine Department, explains the dos and don’ts if you were stung.
Breastfeeding can be a natural process for one woman and complicated for another. What is the connection between ability to breastfeed and the ability to ask for help from those around you during those first days after childbirth? The Hillel Yaffe professionals offer useful advice on the occasion of World Breastfeeding Week
A ten shekel coin, a sharp part of a toy, and a hair pin, are just a few of the incidents treated last weekend at the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center Pediatric Emergency Medicine Unit, after they were swallowed by little children
With the arrival of summer and the children on vacation, the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center’s Pediatrics Department held a designated day to raise awareness of children’s safety inside and outside the home
At the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center, doctors have begun to use radiofrequency technologies to remove thyroid nodules. The obvious advantages: no scarring of the neck, a short hospitalization, and fewer surgical complications
Hillel Yaffe’s Urogynecology Unit has launched a new service - a clinic with a dedicated urogynecology nurse, which will be operated by a single nurse, Betty Lisser, an experienced midwife at Hillel Yaffe who was trained in urogynecology
The boy is hospitalized in good condition in the Pediatrics Department after being treated with antivenom. Before another evening of bonfires, the hospital would like to warn not only of the very hot weather and the fear of fires getting out of control, but also of snake bites at the end of spring