From the time that Rabin Medical Center merged in 1996 with Beilinson and Hasharon Hospitals, the staff has proudly placed great importance on providing women the best available medical and wellness care. It was that pride that led to the creation of the Helen Schneider Hospital for Women at Rabin Medical Center. Catering to the need for special health services for women, the Helen Schneider Hospital for Women is a modern, state-of-the-art facility that houses 144 beds and whose mission is to provide excellence in health care for women at all stages of their lives.
Advocating an integrated, comprehensive, and interdisci¬plinary approach to health care, the hospital is a leader with expertise in feto-maternal medicine, fertility treatments includ¬ing in-vitro fertilization and other highly advanced procedures, gynecological oncology, gynecological endoscopy, management of pelvic floor dysfunction, and diagnostic and invasive ultra-sound. In its role in Israel’s continuity, the state-of-the-art delivery rooms see over 9,000 births per year.
Professor Marek Glezerman, director of the facility, has initiated many changes during his tenure at the facility, including a newly renovated ultrasound and in-vitro fertilization unit, an additional nursery, and a new lounge for women whose newborn children require more time in the hospital. Professor Glezerman is also the father of gender medicine in Israel, a discipline now taking a prominent spot in medical research. He was succeeded in 2012 by Professor Arnon Wiznitzer.
The Helen Schneider Hospital for Women proudly provides its patients with the highest standards of preventive, diagnostic, medical and surgical care, all in perfect harmony with and reflecting the diverse needs of women.
Rabin Medical Center’s Helen Schneider Hospital for Women provides patients with the highest standards of preventive, diagnostic, medical and surgical care, reflecting the diverse medical needs of women. The Schneider Hospital for Women’s staff is comprised of over 80 prominent physicians, 156 nurses, 54 midwives, and 81 additional staff members, all of whom provide superior care. Rabin’s Women Hospital is one of six teaching departments affiliated with the Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University and has been chosen by medical students for five years in a row as the best OB/GYN program at Tel Aviv University.