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Ask Aviva #25: Can international patients buy care at Israeli hospitals?

Dear Aviva, My aunt came to Israel and needs a procedure done, but it’s not covered under her travel insurance. Can she have it done in a hospital in Israel, and, if so, what is the process? Sincerely, Tune up in Tekoa   Dear Tune up, Israel is definitely becoming a destination for medical tourism, […]

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What I Learned From Making My Own Underground Map

I always have many promotional emails that pop up in my inbox, and I usually delete them at the end of the week, but this week one caught my eye. Chen of Cadensee, Let’s Talk Medical, a sciences communications company, doesn’t usually disappoint, and last week’s blog was especially relevant since it involved the London

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Birth Options in Israel [Birth Series Part #2]

In honor of the fact that, in Israel, August has the most deliveries of any month, I thought I’d be proactive and make June birth month. This week we’re reviewing different birth options. In true researcher fashion, with each child, I gave birth in a different hospital (not planned, actually, but cool, right?) This obviously

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Ask Aviva #10: Is it true that private doctors won’t be able to see patients publicly anymore?

Dear Aviva, In my jumbled understanding of Hebrew, I heard on the news the other day, something about private doctors not being able to see patients publicly anymore? Something about the law of a cold? I’m very confused, and I have a doctor whom I’m in follow up with in a hospital and I want

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