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Among the major projects in the planning and development process: an academic campus for the health professions, the first of its kind in Israel, a new and protected surgical building, a new pediatric clinic, a new home for laboratories and institutes, the "Tomorrow Trail", a rehabilitation pool at Herzfeld Hospital, and a new entrance to the hospital
Academic Campus, for the Health Professions, First of its kind in Israel
There are currently three schools operating at Kaplan Medical Center: Nursing School, New Immigrant Doctor Training School, X-Ray School, In addition: the Medical Innovation Center and the Medical Research Center.
The medical center’s management, headed by Prof. Triff Bader, intends to establish a first-of-its kind NIS 50 million academic campus in which the medical schools will all operate in one excellent, modern building.
New surgical building - protected
The operating rooms, surgical wards and Women’s and Newborns’ Health Center are among the cornerstones of Kaplan’s strategic plan, which includes the construction of a new NIS 70 million surgical building which will house the following medical areas.
New pediatric clinic
The various pediatric departments moved into the advanced and protected Pediatric Division building built in 2013.
The new building provides children with comprehensive, multidisciplinary medical services under one roof and is equipped with advanced state-of-the art equipment.
However, due to lack of funding the outpatient clinics have remained in temporary, outdated and unprotected buildings, and have been waiting to move to the new building for eight years.
Construction of a new residence for the laboratories and institutes
Kaplan Medical Center has excellent identification and research laboratories. The medical center has the best laboratory staffs in the country as well as the most advanced equipment available, but they are working in a very outdated structure that requires renovation.
The strategic plan includes the construction of a new, advanced building costing NIS 40 million for the laboratories and institutes.
The path of tomorrow
The evolution of the hospital’s development has led to a situation in which many patients walk between the various departments, from the ER to imaging and inpatient departments, and have difficulty finding their way. The new strategic plan includes the creation of an architectural, pleasant and useful pathway connecting the ER, inpatient and imaging departments, and Ophthalmology and Women’s Health departments, at a cost of NIS 1.5 million.