A 501(c)(3) nonprofit since 2020, Healthcare for Israel, Inc. helps strengthen Israel's health infrastructure by investing in remote and underfunded health projects in the country.
Its current focus is to equip and fortify Bnai Zion Medical Center, a community hospital in the North treating soldiers and civilians alike and soon to be on the front lines.
100% of wartime proceeds go directly to the hospital.
Located in Haifa, Bnai Zion Medical Center is a 450-bed hospital that fully embraces the concept of coexistence by employing and treating doctors and patients of all backgrounds: from Muslims to Christians, Druze to Jews.
The hospital CEO and former Chief Medical Officer of the Israeli Navy, Dr. Ohad Hochman, has asked for immediate assistance to purchase medical equipment to be placed in the hospital's Solider Rehabilitation Department (treating soldiers injured on Oct. 7th) & new Fortified ER & Hospitalization Complex (treating civilians from the South displaced by the war).
BZMC is the #1 medium-sized hospital in Israel for patient satisfaction and boasts unique partnerships with Google and Technion University.
The oldest Jewish hospital in Haifa, BZMC is a public hospital that receives its funding from the Israel Ministry of Health as well as generous donors and foundations worldwide.