Injured soldiers full of hope following rehabYarin Ashkenazi and Yuval Apple were released from hospital after spending six months in rehab; both look to the future full of hope.
Israeli doctors treat new disease save PalestinianDoctors discover new disease that affects the offspring of relatives who marry each other, and go on to save Palestinian boy's life.
Jerusalem hospitals batten down hatches for snowHadassah and Shaare Tzedek reinforce staff and equipment to stay open as snow looms, with emergency generators on hand.
Israeli baby's 'leg almost cut off' in car attackHospital reports baby about to undergo surgery after situation deteriorates, mother also hospitalized.
Status report: Two still in serious conditionHadassah hospitals in Jerusalem update status of no less than seven terror victims, including 3-year-old firebomb victim.
Knife removed from spine of female victimWoman stabbed outside supermarket has blade taken out of her spinal column; hospital provides update on improvements of terror victims.
Jerusalem Terror Victims' Status ReportSeven victims, 1 critical, remain hospitalized from double attacks; Pisgat Ze'ev victims still in serious condition.
Attack Victim May Be Released in 'Coming Days'After undergoing surgery for eye injury, Kfir Brigade soldier wounded in Jerusalem explosives attack is recovering.
IDF Officer Loses Two Fingers in Fireworks AttackInjury from fireworks lobbed by rioters highlights growing - and dangerous - phenomenon; IDF now allowed to open fire.
Notable Progress Made to Save Hadassah HospitalDoctors, the state, and hospital management reach understanding on a potential final deal to end ongoing labor dispute.
Doctors Turn Down Hadassah DealDoctors reject a deal to try and put Hadassah Ein Kerem's bankrupt budget under control - practically guaranteeing new strikes.
Cow Manure Kills Kibbutz BoyBoy left in critical condition last week after inhaling methane gas working on kibbutz, dies after suffering organ failure.
Jerusalem Light Rail to Be Extended to Givat ShaulLight Rail to be extended down Kanfei Nesharim St., provide access to industrial areas.
Hadassah Protest March Heads to Finance OfficeHadassah Medical Center workers continue protest over budget crisis and pay cut, MKs support workers at conference.
Comptroller: Govt. Must Save Hadassah HospitalState Comptroller: Health Ministry cannot ignore Hadassah hospitals’ woes - Hadassah serves 1 million people.
Prof. David Kazdhan Seriously Hurt in Hit and RunA medical team is fighting for the life of Professor David Kazdhan, winner of the 2012 Israel Prize for Mathematics and Computer Science.
Doctors: Rabbi Yosef Returns to Full ConsciousnessDoctors say Rabbi Ovadia Yosef returns to full consciousness Wednesday afternoon, in what some are hailing as a "medical miracle."
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef to Spend Holiday in HospitalDespite an improvement in his condition, doctors decide that Rabbi Ovadia Yosef will remain at the hospital for Rosh Hashanah.
Netanyahu Recovering After Emergency SurgeryPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu underwent an emergency hernia operation overnight Saturday.
Rabbi Yosef Recovering After Successful SurgeryMK Aryeh Deri visits Rabbi Ovadia Yosef in the hospital, says he is recovering from surgery on his lower back.
Jerusalem Light Rail to Extend to Ein KeremThe government has approved $1.1 billion (NIS 4 billion) to extend Jerusalem’s Light Rail system to Hadassah Ein Kerem Medical Center.
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef Diagnosed with Broken BackDoctors reveal that the cause of rabbi’s pain is a broken vertebra. The answer may be surgery.
Rabbi Yosef Released, Will Recover At HomeFormer Chief Rabbi and Shas spiritual leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef was released from a Jerusalem hospital Monday
IDF Helicopter Saves the Life of PA Arab RioterIsraeli taxpayers laid out tens of thousands of shekels to transport to hospital by helicopter a hurt Arab rioter who attacked IDF soldiers