Revolutionary’ Israeli eye-drops could replace glasses
Israeli scientists and clinicians have come up with “revolutionary” eye-drops that can correct near – or long -sightedness and eliminate the need for glasses.
Prince William urged to visit Shaare Zedek on his upcoming visit to Israel
Writing in the Telegraph, Justin Cohen encourages Prince William to visit Shaare Zedek to see the best examples of the positive relationship between the UK and Israel
The Night of Heroes Awards Honours Dr Ofer Merin
Congratulations to Dr Ofer Merin who was a finalist for the Israel Hero at the Night of Heroes Awards Ceremony in London last night. Watch this short film made about him to see why he deserves the title of hero
Read the latest edition of Heartbeat magazine
Heartbeat 2018 is available to read online now. Read the latest news from Jerusalem as well as plans for the year ahead from our supporters in the UK
Introducing Shaare Zedek Kids Club
Introducing our new Kids Club. Sign children up to be part of an exciting educational experience learning about the gift of giving and how their activities will be helping sick children at the hospital.
Thank You for a fantastic 2017- A letter from our CEO
Our Executive Director, Simi, thanks you for another successful year as we look back on 2017 and introduce the 2018 fundraising campaign in our latest Heartbeat magazine
Rachelle Goldberg entertains our patients
Rachelle Goldberg was the first person to play the violin for our patients and keeps coming back to share her talents
Take A Deep Breath: Over 400 People Attend Healthy Friday Seminar As Part of Quit Smoking Campaign
Our Pulmonology team attracted over 400 people to the “Take a Deep Breath” Session. This is the latest in their series of efforts to encourage people to stop smoking
World’s First MRI Scanner for Preemies debuts at Shaare Zedek
The world’s first MRI machine built specifically for imaging of premature babies is now being used at Shaare Zedek’s Neo Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
Life expectancy of the children of today will be five years lower than that of their parents
Ms. Rakefet Arielli, a clinical dietitian in our Heidi Rothberg Sports Medicine Centre, says that the life expectancy of the children of today will be five years lower than that of their parents since most children are not eating healthily and are not exercising enough.
10th annual Crohn’s and Colitis coping workshops supports 200 young people
200 children, young adult and parents from across the country took part in the annual event launching the 10th year of Coping Workshops for Children & Youth with Crohn’s and Colitis in memory of Dr. Joseph Faber in the Anne and Joe Turner Paediatric IBD Centre in the Juliet Keidan Institute of Paediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition.
Run the 2018 London Marathon for Shaare Zedek
A great opportunity for an enthusiastic runner to raise vital funds for a world class Hospital in Jerusalem.