Prime Minister Yair Lapid and President Isaac Herzog attended the dedication ceremony for the Sylvan Adams Emergency Room at Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv, today .
Also in attendance were Tel Aviv-Yafo Mayor Ron Huldai, Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz, members of Knesset, Ichilov CEO Prof. Roni Gamzu, Sylvan Adams, doctors, nurses, HMO CEOs, and other officials.
On about 8.000 sqm robots show youthe way, self-triage upon check-in and more than 100 flexible emergency bed facilities which can be be stocked up to 200., is this new emergency room not only the largest of the world, but likely also the most technically advanced one.
The Israeli-Candian philanthropist Sylvan Adams gave 28 Million USD to make this project happen.
Prime Minister Lapid said in the press statement: “I commend you for building this new Emergency Room, the largest and most advanced in the country. It will serve not only the residents of Tel Aviv but those of the entire country. It will ensure that the citizens of Israel have quick, advanced and high-level treatment.
This emergency room combines the very best the State of Israel has to offer: Our incredible human capital that produces the best doctors, nurses and medical teams in the world, and the technology of the hi-tech nation that equips them with the most advanced tools in order to fight for our health.”