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The Canadian Friends of Rambam Health Care Campus

Is a not-for-profit organization created to co-ordinate the Canadian effort to spread awareness and support of Israel’s Rambam Hospital. It is governed by a national board that is made up of outstanding leaders who are volunteers that care deeply for Israel and the well being of its people.

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More trauma patients are seen in Rambam every day than in all Israeli hospitals combined.

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Rambam Provides Assistance in the Wake of the Flotilla Print E-mail
Lt. Gen Gaby Askenazi

31 May, 2010
Doctors do not deal with politics. We treated all of our patients with the same professionalism and the most advanced medical expertise were admitted to everyone.

-Prof. Rafael Beyar, Director-General, Rambam Hospital


IDF Chief-of-Staff Lt.-Gen. Gaby Ashkenazi visited three IDF soldiers at Rambam Hospital that were wounded during the raid on the flotilla en route to Gaza. 

The three commando soldiers were hospitalized in the Surgical Unit. The IDF Chief-of-Staff wished the soldiers a speedy recovery and praised their actions.  He told them that having been wounded in the Yom Kippur War, and hospitalized at Rambam, he knows they are in good hands.

Lying hospitalized in a parallel surgical unit at RHCC are six of the foreign activists that were on the boat.  The six injured arrived at Rambam and are described as being in critical condition.  Some of the injured arrived with bullet wounds and underwent life- saving surgical procedures performed by the Trauma team.

Click here for video footage. 

 
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Newsflash

As the world watches what is happening in Syria, we should not be surprised to discover that Rambam Health Care Campus remains in the news. Equipping the Sammy Ofer Fortified Underground Emergency Hospital is more urgent than ever! Watch this CNN newsclip  to learn more. You can also read this article that recently appeared in the National Post .