Founded by Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, the Hadassah Medical Organization pioneered the development of standards and practices of health care in Israel. Its main focus and its health care activities are in Jerusalem, and its heritage and emotional links are deeply rooted in the land of Israel and its people. Hadassah Medical Organization is also a bridge to peace. It forges links between patients of all nationalities, races and religion who come to its doors for healing.
Job Description of Trainee:
Interns can volunteer in the bone marrow transplant ward, and potentially in other wards as well. Interns assist the staff in all their functions. This includes restocking medical supplies, cleaning beds, participating in doctor’s visits, observing the work of the nurses and being fully involved in all that goes on. Interns do the same kind of things national service girls would do in a hospital.