Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center

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Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center
המרכז הרפואי תל אביב ע"ש סוראסקי
Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center.svg
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Aerial view of Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, Tel Aviv
Geography
LocationTel Aviv, Israel
Organisation
Care systemMunicipal
TypeTeaching hospital
Affiliated universityTel Aviv University
PatronIchilov family
Services
Emergency departmentyes
Beds1,171[1]
Helipadyes
History
Opened1963
Links
Websitetasmc.org.il

Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center (Hebrew: המרכז הרפואי תל אביב ע"ש סוראסקי‎; commonly referred to as Ichilov Hospital) is the main hospital complex serving Tel Aviv, Israel and its metropolitan area and the second-largest hospital complex in the country.[2] The complex is spread out over an area of 150,000 m2 and incorporates four hospitals: Ichilov General Hospital and Ida Sourasky Rehabilitation Center, Lis Maternity Hospital, and Dana Children's Hospital.[3] The director of the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center until September 2016 was Prof. Gabriel Barbash.[4] He was replaced by Prof. Ronni Gamzu.[5]

History[edit]

Lis Maternity Hospital

The hospital was originally named after the Ichilov family. Ichilov Hospital was founded in 1963 as a one-building facility designed by architect Arieh Sharon. Renamed Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, it now encompasses three hospitals over an area of 150,000 square meters: Ichilov General Hospital and Ida Sourasky Rehabilitation Center, Lis Maternity Hospital, and Dana Children's Hospital. The center also serves as an instructional and research center affiliated with Tel Aviv University's Sackler Medical School and Sheinborn Nursing School.

The main building of Ichilov Hospital was built with the donations of Ted Arison and Shari Arison.

In 2011, a 700–1,000 bed bombproof emergency facility was opened. The building, with 13 stories above ground and four stories underground, provides protection against conventional, chemical and biological attack. Construction began in 2008. The cost of the building was $110 million, with a donation of $45 million from Israeli billionaire Sammy Ofer.[6] The architect was Arad Sharon, grandson of Arieh Sharon who designed the original facility.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Table 10: Listed Hospitalization Beds by Institution and Department – General Hospitalization Institutions". מיטות אשפוז ועמדות ברישוי [Hospitalization Beds and Licensing Counters] (PDF) (Report) (in Hebrew). Israel Ministry of Health. January 2020. p. 24. Retrieved November 9, 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Ayala Hurwicz (2007-05-07). "Sheba - Largest Hospital in Israel" (in Hebrew). Retrieved 2007-09-14. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ "Hospital Website". Retrieved 2009-12-16. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ a b Even, Dan (2011-03-10). "Interview with Ichilov head Gabriel Barbash". Haaretz.com. Retrieved 2015-05-01. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ "Ronni Gamzu - Ichilov". Retrieved 2020-05-24. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  6. ^ Even, Dan (2011-03-10). "Tel Aviv hospital unveils largest bombproof medical facility in Israel". Haaretz.com. Retrieved 2015-05-01. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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Coordinates: 32°04′50″N 34°47′24″E / 32.08056°N 34.79000°E / 32.08056; 34.79000