Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Centre –
Dedicated to world-class patient care
Established less than 30 years ago, Mayanei Hayeshua Medical Centre (MHMC) is a growing 320-bed independent community hospital with 18 medical departments and 32 outpatient clinics and institutes. Serving the greater Petach Tikva, Givat Shmuel, Bnei Berak and Ramat Gan region – and beyond – the hospital is dedicated to providing world-class patient care. As an integral part of the community, Mayanei Hayeshua accepts patients regardless of race, religion or colour. A commitment to dignity of life has always been at the heart of the hospital’s ethos. Mayanei Hayeshua is recognised throughout Israel’s medical community and overseas as providing the highest quality personal patient care.
MHMC is especially proud of its 13,000 births and more than 6,000 surgical procedures performed every year, as well as its very effective Community Health Promotion programme.
Mayanei Hayeshua has tripled the scope of its activities in the last five years. This is totally unprecedented amongst hospitals in Israel.
This rapid growth and expansion has motivated the building of several new facilities including the recently inaugurated Mental Health Centre, the first and only culturally sensitive unit in the country with an holistic approach to treating both adults and children.
The Cardiology and Geriatric Centres are currently under construction and are scheduled to open in late 2018.
We invite you to visit us and witness first-hand what makes this Hospital so special. You will see the professional and devoted care provided by the staff and the way in which they support the patients and their families.
Please contact Chaim Fachler, Director of International Resource Development, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone +972 54 984 6263, who will be delighted to give you a tour of the hospital.
In the last week of November 2019, Professor Rael Strous, the South African-born medical director of Mayanei Hayeshua’s Mental Health Centre, and professor of psychiatry at Tel Aviv University’s Faculty of Medicine, was in London for a busy round of meetings and events organised by the British Friends of Mayanei Hayeshua.