Hillel Yaffe Medical Center a major Hospital in western edge of Hadera, Israel which was found in the year of 1957. The Hillel Yaffe Medical Center is situated at the western approach to the city of Hadera, half-way between Haifa and Tel Aviv. It serves a population of approximately 400,000 inhabitants - from Zichron Yaakov in the north to Netanya in the south and from the sea coast on the west to Um el-Fahem and the "Green Line" in the east. The patient population of the hospital is highly varied, representing the full range of Israels population: the urban population and people from the rural settlements, veteran residents as well as new immigrants, Jews and Arabs, farmers, industrial workers and service-sector employees. All of these equally enjoy advanced medical services. This heterogeneity is also expressed in the demographic composition of the people employed by the hospital in the various occupations. As such, the medical center serves as an exemplary model for peaceful coexistence between Jews and Arabs, based on mutual understanding and tolerance, and an example, during recent years, for the absorption of immigrants from the former Soviet Union, Ethiopia and other countries.The Hospital was named in honor of a pioneering Israeli doctor who worked in nearby Jewish settlements in the land of Palestine during the First Aliyah. The hospital currently constitutes a medical center which provides comprehensive medical services on a high level for a broad range of medical problems within the many different areas of specialization. The hospital has approximately 1,500 employees occupied in various skills and professions: doctors, nurses, laboratory assistants, technicians, paramedics, maintenance and service personnel, as well as an administrative staff. All of these people work together like a well-oiled machine, providing the best possible service for people who need it.
The following is the list of scholars from Hillel Yaffe Medical Center who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Hillel Yaffe Medical Center that are published in OMICS International journals.
Is Routine Brain CT Scan, Performed for Early Follow Up in Head Trauma Patients with GCS 14-15, Always Justified?
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Hillel Yaffe Medical Center that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.