Earlier this month, CBN News aired a news piece about Galilee Medical Center’s critical role in treating victims of the ongoing Syrian conflict. This positive news coverage is a positive contribution to Israel’s image on the international stage, especially as anti-Semitic and anti-Israel sentiments receive more tolerance.
“Healers,” a portrait series of some of our healthcare providers, highlights the diversity and coexistence of our tapestry of caregivers with different backgrounds, cultures and religions. (more…)
As reported in CBN news on March 10, 2017 by Julie Stahl. NAHARIYA, Israel – Thousands of Syrians have been killed and millions more are on the run. That’s just part of the cost of the ongoing civil war. Yet in all the chaos and heartache, unexpected examples of compassion could be healing more than just physical wounds.
Galilee Medical Center recently opened a state of the art Pediatric Wing. As part of this new and improved addition to the hospital, we are creating an indoor play area, or “Gymboree,” that will offer our youngest patients a safe and fun place to get exercise, continue their physical development, and ultimately just be kids. The new gymboree will be housed in a large dedicated space in the Pediatric Wing, with a special safety flooring that includes games printed or embedded right on the surface. Benches and sitting areas are also planned for the play area.
American Friends of Galilee Medical Center (AFGMC) Board member Peter Wells is a passionate and long-serving professional in the Jewish community.
We regretfully announce the passing of Galilee Medical Center’s longtime friend Joseph Moz z”l who died at the age of 96. (more…)
Galilee Medical Center held joint exercises with Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Home Front Command and emergency first responders.
Two patients, residents of northern Israel, recently underwent implantation of the MICRA, the wireless pacemaker capsule, via catheterization.
AFGMC Board member and long-time Dallas resident A. J. Rosmarin began his leadership role with the Galilee Medical Center in 2010. He made his first visit to GMC as a member of the ERG group of physicians and administrative people like him on the annual trip in 2005.
Doctors in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery recently performed GMC’s first endoscopic ear surgery – a procedure that treats impaired hearing using a much less invasive and lengthy procedure.