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13/12/2015
A gathering of all pediatric kidney recipients over the years was held at Schneider Children’s to mark 35 years of renal transplantation in childrenRead more...
07/12/2015
A massive Channukiah was erected on the first night of Channukah in the lobby of Schneider Children’sRead more...
06/12/2015
The exhibition of photographs entitled “Heartbeat” taken in 2012 by docu-photographer Ziv Koren to mark the 20th anniversary of Schneider Children’s Medical Center took place at the WHO European Headquarters in Copenhagen, DenmarkRead more...
29/11/2015
Israel Prize laureates, theater stars Leah Koenig and Miriam Zohar, attend “Our Children” eventRead more...
29/11/2015
Specialists at Schneider Children’s have issued tips about how to enjoy the upcoming Festival of Channukah safely and carefullyRead more...
23/11/2015
The annual International Child’s Day for 2015 was marked at Schneider Children’s by the Committee for the Protection of the Child under the slogan “Communication, Sharing and Listening”Read more...
19/11/2015
Thinking outside the box, Schneider Children’s has devised a new and novel method to serve breakfast to hospitalized children. “Groovy Breakfast in a Box” represents a significant upgrade and encourages children to eatRead more...
15/11/2015
The management at Schneider Children’s announced the appointment of pediatric psychiatrist Dr. Silvana Fennig as the new director of the Department of Psychological MedicineRead more...
08/11/2015
The management of Schneider Children’s announced the appointment of Ayelet Keller as the new head of physical therapy services. Ms. Keller replaces Nili Arbel, who has retiredRead more...
01/11/2015
Prof. Lina Basel has been appointed head of the Institute of Genetics at Beilinson Hospital and Schneider Children’s Medical Center. Prior to her appointment, Prof. Basel was acting director of the Genetics Institute at Beilinson and director of the Genetics Unit at Schneider Children’sRead more...
01/11/2015
International Occupational Therapy Day on October 27th was marked at Schneider Children’s by staff in the Occupational Therapy Service, headed by Yuliana EshelRead more...
18/10/2015
Pre-Surgical Tours for children prior to undergoing surgery have been introduced as part of preparatory activities by the Surgical Suite at the initiative of its director, Dr. Yaacov Katz, head nurse, Orly Refael, and operations nurse, Or FuchsRead more...
12/10/2015
With the ongoing attacks of violence around the country, specialists at Schneider Children’s offer parents tips on how to deal with their children’s fearsRead more...
30/09/2015
A special course will open shortly at Schneider Children’s for the study of hospital clowning and the science of humor. Students will undergo training by a leading team of experts and pediatricians. For further details and registration, contact Ella Agur at 054-7536251, or Ram Berlin at 054-5350939 or write geloclown@gmail.com.Read more...
21/09/2015
Specialists in the Ophthalmology Unit at Schneider Children’s have pointed out that healthy eyes and proper vision play a significant role in the child’s ability to read and study. They recommend that the child undergo a comprehensive eye examination prior to Grade IRead more...
21/09/2015
A festive happening sponsored for the second consecutive year by Samsung Israel took place for patients at Schneider Children’s under the banner “Know Science Schneider Festival”. The event included activities, performances and special booths for patients and staff.Read more...
06/09/2015
Schneider Children’s concluded 5775 following a year of productivity and new beginnings, and prepares for the new Jewish Year of 5776 with hope and future aspirationsRead more...
23/08/2015
Specialists at Schneider Children’s offer tips to parents in anticipation of the new academic year: how to readjust children’s habits to a new daily routine; improve the learning experience in school; instructions about road safety; and what kind of foods are best for the child to take to school.Read more...
12/08/2015
Specialists at Schneider Children’s thought they had seen it all but they were surprised to find a bullet lodged in the stomach of a 5-year-old boy. The child had found the bullet during a family hike a year ago. He was playing with it this week when he swallowed it by mistake.Read more...
10/08/2015
A study conducted in the framework of the Educational Center at Schneider Children’s, has found a significant difference in Israeli identification among parents of Arab children hospitalized in an Israeli hospital compared with parents of non-hospitalized children.Read more...
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