Health workers, hospitals targeted in Syria warPattern of apparently deliberate targeting of hospitals and medical facilities emerges in Syria.
Doctors to begin strike on Thursday morningHospitals to operate on Shabbat schedule after negotiations to avert strike fail.
'Cofix revolution' to reach Israeli hospitals?Health Ministry conducting talks with the 5-shekel coffee chain to lower prices in hospital food courts, ease burden on patients' families.
Israel's New Tourist Attraction: the Jewish DoctorMinisters announce new legislation regulating the medical tourism industry, in which Israel hopes to become a global leader.
Four Syrian Hospitals Shut Down After Regime RaidIntensive government airstrikes in southern Syria which killed at least 18 have also forced the closure of four hospitals.
Former MK: Yaalon Promised No More Medical Treatment for SyriansFormer MK Ayoub Kara asked Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon to prevent the entry of any more Syrians into Israel for medical treatment.
Study Shows Wide Gaps in Hospital ServicesDepending on the procedure, Israelis can find themselves waiting just a few days - or years - for a non-emergency procedure or operation
Poll: Three Quarters of Hospital 'Customers' SatisfiedA Health Minsitry poll showed that the large majority of Israelis are satisfied with the care they get in hospitals.
Work Dispute, Prelude to Strike, Declared at Israeli HospitalsThe Histadrut labor union on Thursday declared a work dispute in all of Israel's hospitals. A strike could evolve within weeks.
Mixed Healthcare News in OECD ReportOECD finds that Israelis are healthy, but hospitals are understaffed and overcrowded. Government promises change.
Doctors' Strike Returns to Public HospitalsAll public hospitals, with the exception of Ziv Medical Center in Tzfat, are operating on a Shabbat schedule due to a doctors strike.
Bikur Cholim Hospital Gets Another ChanceDeputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman has approved a recovery plan for Bikur Cholim Hospital following Jerusalem terror attack.
Israel Builds World's Largest Underground HospitalAll concrete equipment north of Jerusalem pulled to Haifa as Israel builds the world's largest underground hospital, used in case of air attacks.
Arab Boy from Jenin Saved in Afula HospitalA Jenin Arab’s antipathy is replaced by appreciation after his son’s life is saved in HaEmek Hospital in Afula.
Ancient Tombs Lead to Government DisputeTombs in Ashkelon threaten government stability as ministers argue over construction of a hospital wing, Health Ministry Director-General quits.
Hospital Emergency Ward Closure Reflects Larger ProblemOnce again, a major hospital in Israel is filled past capacity and temporarily closed to Magen David Adom ambulances: Rambam Hospital in Haifa.
New Law Prescribes Hebrew for DoctorsA new law requires doctors to know Hebrew before they obtain a license to practice medicine in the State of Israel.