A world-class university medical institution, Hadassah has achieved a global reputation for excellence in caring and curing. It is distinguished by its innovative approach to complex medical problems and the cooperative efforts of its medical and research teams to provide individualized attention to individual problems. This 700-bed tertiary care hospital deals with virtually every conceivable aspect of modern medicine and serves as a national referral center for the most complex and challenging medical cases. With more than 130 departments and clinics, Hadassah-Ein Kerem provides the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic services as well as attending to the daily needs of the local population, serving the national population and providing sophisticated treatment for international patients. Opened in 1961, today the extensive campus of Hadassah University Medical Center at Ein Kerem contains over 22 buildings, including outstanding research facilities and the schools of medicine, nursing, dentistry and public health. Since the establishment of Hadassahs first hospital on Jerusalems Street of the Prophets in 1918, the Hadassah University Medical Center has expanded to include two University hospitals in Jerusalem - located on Mt. Scopus and in Ein Karem. Its two hospitals have 1,000 beds, 31 operating theaters, nine specially oriented intensive care units and five schools of allied medical professions, owned and operated in collaboration with the Hebrew University. Hadassahs extensive network of satellite services provides community health care programs, specialized outpatient clinics and services in several city neighborhoods and nearby towns, as well as consultation clinics in the center of Jerusalem and in Tel Aviv.
The following is the list of scholars from Hadassah-University who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences