The Galilee Medical Center of Nahariya will hosted Israel’s first ever international conference in conjunction with the internationally known Mayo Clinic.
We are happy to announce the opening of the new 'Therapeutic Garden', adjacent to the Miryam Bourkis Oncology Outpatient Institute, Galilee Medical Center.
Once again, Galilee Medical Center is shoring up for the winter season. The medical and nursing staff, together with para-medical personnel and the ancillary staff are being vaccinated against the flu virus.
A course in Basic Life Support (BLS) was recently offered to the paramedical and ancillary staffs of Galilee Medical Center. The course, which used simulation techniques to teach hands-on resuscitation skills of the adult, child and infant, was highly praised.
Hodaya just celebrated her first birthday with guests of honor being the medical staff of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of Western Galilee Hospital- Nahariya that made such an event a possibility.
Through complex international collaboration, Israeli doctors from the Western Galilee Hospital- Nahariya where able to restore eye sight to a young woman from the Republic of Georgia with a cornea donation from the United States.
Nahariaya, Israel – September 11, 2011. Marking ten years after the fall of the WTC Twin Towers and five years after the Second Lebanon War, Western Galilee Hospital convened the “International Conference on Lessons Learned from Terror Attacks and War.”
The Friendly Room is a project of the Partnering2gether communities of the Central Consortium and overseen by volunteer staff from throughout Matte Asher. The recent months have seen the room’s opening and dedication being shared by the staff of the hospital and many of our partners from abroad.
Eighth graders from Mate Asher Regional Council schools Elon Cabri, Ofek, and Hashlom worked together during the 2010 school year on a "Kaleidoscope" project as part of the education programs provided by Partnering2Gether in the Western Galilee.
On Thursday, August 11th 2011, The Western Galilee Hospital in Nahariya had the pleasure of hosting the 2009-2010 MAC (Mid-West Athletic Conference) West Division Women's Basketball Champions – The Toledo University Lady Rockets.