The Division of Ambulatory Medicine includes all medical services provided by the clinics and hospital facilities that do not require hospitalization.
The division provides diagnosis, treatment, and counseling services in a range of fields, such as internal medicine, surgery and orthopedics, women's medicine, and advanced oral and dental medicine.
At the head of the clinics and institutes are senior medical specialists and a multidisciplinary medical team, providing advanced service to each patient with an emphasis on pain free treatment. Pain-related actions combine special analgesic measures, such as local anesthesia, general anesthesia or anesthesia, as necessary, and according to the patient's request.
Each year about half a million people are treated in the division. Patients are insured by the various HMOs and referred to us by community physicians, people who seek additional counseling, soldiers, and patients hospitalized in the hospital who require a consultation. In addition, there are a variety of services available to anyone interested in a private, paid framework.
The Division of Ambulatory Medicine is involved in several clinical studies, and is considered to be a leader in its field, both in Israel and worldwide.