1928-2017 The Jewish Immigrant Who Brought 250 Doctors From Abroad to Southern Israel

In 1953, a young doctor, Chaim Doron, immigrated from Argentina to Kibbutz Gvaram. Later in his life, he helped found the Be'er Sheva Medical School, and helped design the Israeli healthcare system. Last month, he passed away at age 89

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In 1952, just before he made aliyah to Israel from Argentina, a young doctor named Chaim Doron sent a letter to the Clalit healthcare network asking them to find him work in the Negev. “The shortage of doctors...