Israel Police say they suspect bullet that hit Rafif Mohammed Karain two weeks ago was stray shot from West Bank, but the girl's family disputes this
‘The world’s best brains have come together to beat this thing’: Interview with Prof. Dina Ben-Yehuda, head of the hematology department at Hadassah Medical Center
Organization doesn’t want to extend Zeev Rotstein’s contract, but government officials praise his role in turning around the financially distressed institution
'Hadassah doesn’t just develop medication for infections, it’s also creating infections to treat in the future,' says local resident
Treasury report shows some employees received double-digit raises in 2017, with increases of tens of percentage points, just as the struggling hospital was in the throes of restructuring, layoffs and cost-cutting
Major improvements have been made in response times to heart attacks, strokes and hip fractures
Sides still far from agreement over fate of pediatric oncology unit
One thing ruined Netanyahu's week, and he could not remain indifferent
Four doctors questioned under caution in alleged pay-off scheme for 'jumping surgery queue.'
Thousands more submitted claims to the Department of Justice in regards to billions in losses suffered through the now notorious Ponzi scheme.
Director of Israeli office of the Hadassah women's organization pursued secret deal, hatched among officials close to Netanyahu, to privatize parts of medical center, according to recordings obtained by Army Radio.
Medical staff failed to recognize deterioration of 7-month-old’s condition in ICU, ministry says.
Appointment seen as controversial given Ze'ev Rothstein is facing disciplinary proceedings in connection with allegations of involvement in so-called Class Clinic case at Sheba.
Joining Hadassah in 1944, Tannenbaum served in that organization until 1980, and convened its first Jerusalem gathering in 1978.
Transplants were stopped in November after series of events cast doubts on medical center's ability to perform these operations.
In 1987 Popkin was the first woman elected as chair of the presidium and president of the World Zionist Congress.
Ten-year probe reawakens debate over the ethics of involuntary hospitalization
East Is East: A Series of Articles on the Processes That Led to the Outbreak of Violence in Jerusalem
Article 1: The dialectic of Israelization — the violence broke out even as East and West Jerusalem were drawing closer to one another
Calling the administration's conduct 'destructive,' Hadassah doctors intensify their labor sanctions.
Problems continue six months after recovery plan signed for Jerusalem’s Hadassah Medical Organization.
Avi Balashnikov steps down amid growing chaos at Jerusalem hospital; Hadassah women's organization is eyeing three candidates for key post of chairman.
Jerusalem medical center is struggling to recover financially without a permanent chairman or CEO, as administration, doctors, unions and government trade accusations..
Transplants have been halted at Jerusalem hospital after dispute with management reportedly led to wasted liver.
Reports allege that dispute between senior physicians and hospital management has compromised transplant operations.
Avigdor Kaplan says appointing external auditor and limiting director’s powers would impede recovery.
Jerusalem hospitals to go on emergency footing after claims that state reneged on promises to employees.
Jerusalem opposes major provisions in recovery plan for financially strapped hospital, including closing the hospice and treating 'wage cuts as loans.'
Health and finance ministries object strongly to some parts of proposal, which calls for hundreds of layoffs - including dozens of doctors.
When a family member was recently hospitalized, we encountered a demoralized and resentful staff - and more donor plaques on the walls than caregivers in the wards.
Health Minister Yael German's words before the Israel Medical Association suggest the government may come to the rescue, following months of crisis at the dual-campus Jerusalem hospital.