Israel’s premier hospital Rabin Medical Center stands at the forefront of attacking the coronavirus; within two weeks of the pandemic’s onset it quickly transformed its HaSharon campus into Israel’s FIRST AND ONLY DEDICATED CORONAVIRUS HOSPITAL with the capacity to care for 200-plus critically ill coronavirus patients; while also participating in the worldwide effort to find a COVID-19 vaccine. In addition, Rabin Medical Center is converting a four-story underground facility on its Beilinson Campus into a second dedicated coronavirus ICU that will house an additional 200 beds. If that were not enough, Rabin is also the largest triage and emergency center in Israel, concurrently working tirelessly to handle ongoing critical care. A donation of any amount will make a difference in saving lives.


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Important Updates

Coronavirus Emergency Medical Equiptment Request

Rabin Medical Center is currently treating the most cases of coronavirus in Israel.


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New Rabin COVID-19 Dedicated Hospital Opens

Israel's Rabin Medical Center is made up of two campuses: Beilinson Hospital and Hasharon Hospital, and the Hasharon campus has just been fully transformed specifically for the admission and treatment of coronavirus patients.


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Israeli Infectious Disease Director @ Rabin: Don’t Panic

Leading Israeli virologist and infectious disease expert urges world leaders to calm public.


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American Friends of Rabin Medical Center

We support innovative medical treatment and healthcare at Israel’s Rabin Medical Center for one million patients annually. Partnering with the hospital, we promote the best care, research and technology to reach new frontiers in global medicine. We facilitate international medical fellowships with individual and corporate support for the hospital.

Upcoming Events

Davidoff Cancer Center Expansion

The Davidoff Cancer Center, opened in 2005, is the leading oncology center in Israel and the Middle East, treating 130,578 patients last year. Funded through the vision and generosity of the Davidoff Family and Davidoff Foundation, the hospital provides for renowned cancer experts from major hospitals abroad with funded fellowships. Due to the Center’s high demand since its establishment, a major expansion will take place with six new floors added to the Davidoff Center to facilitate the increased patient load. The Davidoff Center has become a place of healing for all Israelis and calls upon your support to facilitate this vital expansion.