Rambam Facts

Rambam is a National Asset

Named for 12th century physician-philosopher Rabbi Moses ben Maimon (Maimonides/ the RAMBAM), Rambam Health Care Campus is located in Haifa, a city known for cultural and religious pluralism and tolerance.

“The physician should not treat the disease but the patient who is suffering from it.”
– The Rambam (Maimonides) 1135–1204

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A Major Medical Campus

Northern Israel’s largest medical campus, serving more than two million people and serving as the referral center for twelve district hospitals

An Exemplary University Teaching Hospital

Affiliated with the Technion’s Rappaport Faculty of Medicine and Rappaport Research Institute (both on the Rambam campus) and with the University of Haifa’s Department of Nursing and School of Public Health

A Dynamic R&D Hub

Collaborates with leading university hospitals and high-tech biomedical and life sciences incubators in Israel and the world

Global Impact of Rambam R & D


Working with Given Imaging to develop the PillCam™ for diagnosing gastrointestinal diseases


Working with GE Global Healthcare to develop dedicated cardiac SPECT/CT as part of the diagnostic process for coronary heart disease

Stem Cells

Using stem cells to test the effects and effectiveness of new pharmaceuticals for tailored medicine

Gene Mapping

Using gene mapping for early detection of hereditary diseases, such as diabetes and kidney failure or dysfunction

Rambam, Northern Israel’s Leading Academic Hospital

1,000 Beds
1,192 Physicians
1,666 Nurses
1,037 Allied health care professionals
1,255 Household and administrative staff
142,940 Emergency Department visits
92,448 Inpatient admissions
687,750 Outpatient visits
58,604 Surgeries
1,650 Active clinical research investigations
275,867 Imaging procedures
1,479,136 Laboratory procedures
5,012 Births

* Statistics based on December 2015 data