Facing Severe Shortage, Israel Seeks to Encourage Jewish Doctors to Make Aliyah

Newly announced program will fast-track training and employment opportunities for Jewish medical professionals who are considering making aliyah, in a bid to stem severe staff shortages

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A new government initiative aims to address Israel’s growing shortage of doctors, nurses and other medical staff by making the country a more attractive destination for trained Jewish professionals looking to make aliyah.

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