Rambam Hospital – Children’s Department

Rambam Health Care Campus (RHCC) established in 1938, the largest medical center in northern Israel was named for Rabbi Moshe Ben-Maimon “the RAMBAM”, the greatest Jewish physician of ancient times. RHCC serves as a referral medical center, unifying all fields of medical science and employing a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis and treatment. Some 75,000 people are hospitalized at RHCC each year, with another 500,000 treated in its outpatient clinics and medical institutes. RHCC also serves as the principal medical facility for the Northern Command of the Israel Defense Forces. The medical center comprises 36 departments with some 1000 beds, 45 medical units, 9 institutes, 6 laboratories and 30 administrative and maintenance departments. Among RHCC departments, some are the exclusive providers of comprehensive services for all of northern Israel, including trauma treatment, oncology, and neurosurgery.