Israel’s First Rocket-Proof Children’s Hospital

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Israel is about to build its first rocket-proof children’s hospital.

The Center for Children’s Health, to be part of the Ziv Medical Center (Rebecca Sieff Hospital) in Tzfat (Safed), will be tailor-made to the specifications of the Home Front Command. A new medical school has just opened up right next door, linked to Bar Ilan University.

It is also the country’s first hospital for children to be established in the periphery of the country, at a cost of some NIS 83 million.

The complex will stretch over 6,000 square meters, and will be comprised of four floors, including an intensive care unit, pediatric emergency room, children’s inpatient units and clinics.


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