Join Barzilai Medical Center Supporters - Donate to enhance the treatment of patients
EMERGENCY CALL FOR SUPPORT: Barzilai Medical Center, based in Ashkelon, is only 6 miles from Gaza, has declared a state of emergency.
During these days the Medical Center of Barzilai has had to transfer a majority of its patients, mainly premature babies, newborns, mothers, and children to protected and sheltered wards. The Hospital continues to perform lifesaving actions, operations for patients with malignancies, as the dedicated staff does all it can in order to retain the key communal service it provides. In addition, the hospital, which is under fire, continues to care for injured civilians who have been hit by rockets, as well as many soldiers who have been evacuated from the battlefield. It provides dedicated treatment, second to none, for the injured and their families.
We have evacuated more than 70% of our patients—anyone who can safely be moved—to allow us to treat injured civilians and IDF soldiers. Those patients who remain—geriatric, infant and maternity--are being treated underground.
Your support can assist us in acquiring additional Ultra Sound units, and develop and build a New protected and sheltered Neonatal Unit, and assist fulfilling other immediate needs.
Your support- Saves Lives. We invite you to join our extended family of "Friends of the Medical Center"
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For Donations 501c in the U.S, please send a check to PEF < Click here to download information>
You may also make a Bank Transfer to: Bank 12 (Hapoalim), Branch 650 , Account # 125940, swift #Poalilit, Iban # IL21-0126-5000-0000-0125-940 < Click here to download information>
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We thank you for supporting us specifically during this period. Your decision to donate will improve our capabilities of providing care and treatment. This is highly encouraging for us, and strengthens our hand during these challenging times.
prof. Yaniv Sherer
The Barzilai Medical Center- Ashkelon