The Rambam Medical Center is an Israel's leading state hospital with a scientific foundation. Clinic Rambam works in the basis of the University of Technion - the center of medical science research and the place of work of three Nobel Prize holders: Prof. Irwin Rose, Prof. Aaron Ciechanover and Prof. Avram Hershko.
The merits of the Rambam Center in the field of medical science and medical practice were recognized by the IDF as well as by the UN and US Navy deployed in the country. The hospital has been accredited by these organizations and has provided them with quality medical care for many years.
In the market of medical services, Rambam is already existing from 75 years.
Today, the clinic provides patients with:
- Large capacity of 972 beds;
- 36 profile departments;
- 10 institutes;
- 9 modern laboratories;
- 4,700 people in the clinic;
- More than 1 200 leading doctors of different specialties;
- 1,600 junior medical personnel.
Annually, more than half a million patients from around the world put their trust in Rambam clinic, as 80,000 of them are hospitalized. The experience of the hospital grows exponentially year by year. Every week more than 1000 operations are conducted here.
All the activities of the hospital Rambam is directly controlled and financed by the State of Israel.
The medical center is multidisciplinary, which means that it can provide high-quality medical care to the patient with any problem and from any medical specialty.
The Rambam clinic is equipped with advanced medical technologies:
- Minimal invasive, robotic operations with the help of a modern surgical setup; Da Vinci Robot;
- Focused HIFU ultrasound for therapy in Parkinson's disease and treatment of essential tremor;
- Minimal invasive spine surgery;
- Photon-proton radiotherapy (IMRT) for irradiation of malignant tumors;
- Pediatric microsurgery.
Specialists Rambam constantly work to help every patient and evolved tremendously in the treatment of serious diseases. Annually 412 new studies are initiated in the clinic, and currently there are 1,315 studies in the active phase.