They live next to each other, became pregnant at the same time and, in the end, gave birth within a few hours of each other. Sisters Chen Pariente and Rosie Ben Kalifa never imagined that they would end up in adjacent beds, sharing a room at Hillel Yaffe's Maternity Department. Congratulations!
Many people feel hungry or thirsty during the fast, some of them even experience dizziness or a sharp drop in blood pressure. Ida Talaib, clinical dietitian in Hillel Yaffe Medical Center's Nutrition Department, explains how to make it through the fast better and more safely
This week a conference on nursing research and projects at Hillel Yaffe Medical Center was held - the fourth of its kind, which reviewed close to 30 papers and projects conducted by the nursing staff over the past year. Nursing Academy as ongoing tradition
The medical center held its traditional toast to the New Year for employees. Acting Mayor of Hadera Mr. Nir Ben Haim, Head of Alona Regional Council Arieh Sharon, and Head of Elyakhin Local Council Mr. Azuri Sharoni all came to bring greetings. Happy New Year!
As part of World Breastfeeding Week, Hillel Yaffe’s Maternity Ward held a breastfeeding conference for postpartum women. The women who attended enjoyed a lavish breakfast, relaxing massages, enriching lectures by the hospital’s experts and many more treats.
Apples and honey are one of the quintessential symbols of Rosh Hashanah, which symbolizes renewal and growth. Dr. Adi Klein, Director of Hillel Yaffe Medical Center’s Pediatrics Department, explains the main benefits of honey and why babies should not be fed honey until they are 1 year old.
The clinic, headed by Dr. Michael Kuchuk, Director of the HYMC Pulmonary Unit, operates as part of the hospital’s Outpatient Clinics, and will provide diagnostic and follow-up services for all lung function required
World Heart Day is celebrated worldwide on September 29. This year, doctors from HYMC’s Cardiology Division decided to go out into the community, volunteering to provide a series of lectures designed to increase awareness of heart disease, particularly among women
Hillel Yaffee Medical Center launched a unique and first-of-its-kind program in Israel to promote research among interns. It is designed to provide tools for conducting academic research even during their year as residents, including assistance, guidance and design of a study through its actual submission for publication
Hillel Yaffe Medical Center's Cardiology Division will perform its first zero X-ray ablation procedure that does not expose the patient to X-ray radiation and, instead, uses a cardiac ultrasound catheter and 3D MUGA scan system