Saying Thank You to Ora’s Hospital

March 1, 2009

During Ora’s stay in the hospital, she had stints of three weeks each at Hadassah Mount Scopus and Hadassah Ein Kerem. To the medical staff at Hadassah, we will forever owe you a great amount of Hakaras HaTov for your work and commitment to LIFE.

All things considered, I’ve spent more time then I would wish upon anyone in both Hadassah’s! And so, I found this particular article very interesting and would encourage you all to read it!

Likewise, Rafi’s review of the kosher scene in Hadassah as well as what one should expect from a “Hadassah Shabbos” is, both comprehensive and accurate. Not that any one should know from such things,but reading it before hand sure would have come in handy! Additionally, if you live in America and read his post it really shows you what it’s like to be in a hospital in The Holy Land.

Please note: the building pictured to your right, is adjacent to the famous Chagall Synagogue (see below) and is also the still relatively new pediatric building in which Ora received an additional three weeks of care.

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One Response to “Saying Thank You to Ora’s Hospital”

  1. click here on December 16th, 2013 4:14 am

    En términos generales, aún más grande, una mejor calidad y las aves más maduras, pelusa, por así decir pelusa ganso será mejor. Pero el proceso de producción de ganso y el pato es el mismo, tanto en términos de calidad, mullido, caliente la diferencia no era mucho. La razón más importante caro que el ganso pato, creo que es mucho menor que el rendimiento del edredón de pluma de ganso – temporada de ganso produce tan sólo un año, el pato puede producir hasta tres cuartas partes del año.

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