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ESRA Modiin brings cheer
Distributes knitted gifts
Turkish infant’s life saved
Complex medical history
Infant’s Life Saved
Foreign object removed in emergency surgery
Dr. Zvi Bar-Sever
Prestigious international appointment
Thyroid Tumors in Children
Conference June 23, 2016
New Appointment: Ilanit Poznansky
Head of Nursing, Surgery Department
Annual Camp
For Children with Burn Injuries
New Appointment: Prof. Gil Klinger
Director of the Department of Neonatology
Schneider Children's Receives JCI Accreditation
For Quality of Patient Care and Safety
Purim Surprise
Spiderman, Superman and Batman…
New Appointment: Dr. Osnat Konen Cohen
Director of the Imaging Institute
Indian Folk Music at Schneider
Popular troupe from Rajastan performs
Neopharm for Schneider
Countrywide fundraising campaign
First Liver Recipient Conference
The first conference for families of children who underwent liver transplants was held recently at Schneider Children’s
New Clinic Opens
Kidney stones in children
New at Schneider
Oral hygiene packs for hospitalized children
Kidney Recipients Gathering
35 Years of Pediatric Renal Transplantation

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Schneider Children's Receives JCI Accreditation

Schneider Children's Receives JCI Accreditation

The prestigious accreditation accorded to hospitals worldwide for quality and medical safety by JCI (Joint Commission International) was awarded to Schneider Children's Medical Center in March 2016 for the second consecutive time.
Tips for Spring Allergies

Tips for Spring Allergies

With the advent of Spring, specialists at Schneider Children’s have issued tips on how to cope with seasonal allergies
Thursday, June 2, 2016:

Thursday, June 2, 2016:

First International Conference of Periodic Fever, Aphthous Stomatitis, Pharyngitis and Adenitis (PFAPA)
Bridge to Peace: Syria

Bridge to Peace: Syria

A 5-year-old boy from Syria recently underwent open heart surgery at Schneider Children’s Medical Center to repair a congenital heart defect that suppressed the flow of oxygenated blood to his body tissues causing him to turn blue. The successful surgery saved his life
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