Confronting the callousness of Israel's public health system
Having a mother-in-law in the hospital gave a veteran doctor a new look at how roughly a medical staff can treat patients, even those with relatives in the profession.
Dr. Talia Mark-Bentancur, an ear, nose and throat doctor with many years of experience, who works at the Clalit health maintenance organization, was shocked when she spent time at the bedside of her mother-in-law, while the latter was hospitalized. The experience gave Mark-Bentancur, whose husband, son and daughter-in-law are also veteran physicians, the opportunity to experience at first hand the disgraceful...
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