Naomi Elishuv was a violinist in the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra. Twenty years ago, she was diagnosed with essential tremor and was forced to stop playing. Elishuv was operated at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center.
Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center awarded international accreditation: the Gold Seal of Approval® for quality and safety
The Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center helps hospitals be prepared 24/7 to respond to mass casualty situations.
The Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center has been prepared for any eventuality, particularly since Israel’s Operation Pillar of Defense was launched.
Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center medical trauma team rushes to the terror attack site in Bulgaria
An improvement in the condition of the young man
from Kiev, who was very seriously injured in an anti-Semitic attack
The 22 year old man was severely injured with a glass bottle outside a synagogue in the Ukrainian capital on Passover eve. He was flown to Israel the next day and is currently in critical condition
Prof. Eli Sprecher, Director of Dermatology, and his colleagues, identify gene mutation that causes the disease
Piano performances offer music therapy in tune with healing
The Tel Aviv Medical Center beWell program is a wellness outreach service, leveraging expert medical knowledge for the benefit of the community
The Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center Radiotherapy Institute is recognized worldwide for excellence in radiation therapy for treating patient conditions such as breast, lung, and gastric cancer