Rabin Medical Center
Rabin Medical Center (RMC), at the forefront of Israel’s health care system, was formed in memory of the late Prime-Minister Yitzhak Rabin, by merging two existing hospitals: Beilinson and HaSharon. A prestigious teaching hospital affiliated with the Tel Aviv University - Sackler School of Medicine, RMC is a major tertiary referral center for patients from all over Israel and beyond.
Since its founding the hospital has been distinguished for setting new standards of medical care and for pioneering breakthroughs in technology and medical expertise, while maintaining the highest principles of excellence and compassion toward patients and their families.
A center of excellence in a wide range of medical sub-specialties, RMC boasts an active multiple organ and living-related donor program, performing about 70% of organ transplants in Israel. Its Oncology Institute and Cardiology Departments are the largest in the country, and its heliport and Emergency Level 1 Trauma Center stand ready to assist with critical services in times of war and peace.
Rabin Medical Center - The largest and leading hospital in Israel:
1,300 Beds ► 4,500 Staff members ► 47 Hospitalization Wards ► 37 Operating Rooms
► 50 Research Laboratories ► 20,000 people enter our gates every day.
9,000 Births ►4,000 Cardiac Cath Lab Procedures ►13,200 MRI Examinations ► 36,000 Surgical Procedures ► 165,000 Emergency Room Admissions ► 710,000 Outpatient Visits ► 1,000,000 Annual Patient Visits.
► The largest number of patients treated for cancer in Israel
► Performs 100% of the lung transplantations in Israel