Millions of people suffer from diastolic heart failure, for which there is no effective long-term treatment. Rambam HCC is the first hospital in the world to treat a patient with a new Israeli-developed device for this condition.
The Herta and Paul Amir Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit (ICU), in the Department of Neurosurgery at Rambam Health Care Campus opened last week—the most advanced unit of its kind in Northern Israel.
The 20th Maccabiah games come to a close today. Rambam Health Care Campus—the medical center serving Haifa participants—provided medical services to participants, despite the complex logistics involved.
Professor Lloyd B. Minor M.D., dean of Stanford University School of Medicine, one of the best medical schools in the world, recently visited Rambam HCC to learn more about what goes on in the largest hospital in Northern Israel.
Eight days to perform 155 surgeries? Two Rambam doctors and their colleagues traveled to Ghana and took on this near impossible task as part of a humanitarian mission to treat people with cleft lip and palate.