Division of Pediatrics




Division of Pediatrics:
Small Patients, Big Medicine

Division Chairman: Prof. David Greenberg

The Pediatric Division at Soroka provides services to the nearly 400,000 children who reside in the Negev. This diverse population includes immigrants from the former Soviet Union, Ethiopia, Argentina, and other countries, veteran Israelis and Bedouin. The Division continuously looks toward the future and works to advance pediatric medicine in the Negev through constant and intense activity in a variety of fields. 

Saban Center for Pediatric The Division has 100 hospital beds, 75 physicians in 24 sub-specializations in pediatrics, 300 nurses, and annual activity that includes 35,000 ER visits, 12,000 hospitalizations, 15,000 visits the pediatric ambulatory services, and 13,000 births.
The story of the Pediatric Division is inextricably linked to the story of the Negev.

Facing the Future: Advancing Pediatric Medicine in the Negev.

The Division's services are provided in the following frameworks: 

Saban Center for Pediatric Medicine - Hospitalization in a Cinema Setting,
and Educational Center for Hospitalized Children.

Academic Activities and Research in the Pediatric Division
The Pediatric Division is recognized for residencies in pediatrics and every year absorbs new residents in pediatric and its various sub-specialties.
Academic Activities
Senior physicians of the Division engage in teaching students from the Faculty of Health Sciences at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), including medical students from the regular program as well as from the joint BGU Medical School for International Health in collaboration with Columbia University Medical Center. Teaching takes place at the patients' bedsides. 
Physicians of the Division also teach students of nursing, physical therapy and emergency medicine (paramedics) from the Recanati School for Community Health Professions.
Other academic activities include continuing education for physicians specializing in pediatrics and senior physicians as well as interdepartmental presentations. 
Research

  • Senior Division physicians regularly engage in pediatric research to advance the future of the field
  • Dozens of articles written by the Division's physicians are published in prestigious journals annually.

 

       Pediatric Division Wards  
 


Pediatric

Emergency

 

 


Children's
Ward
 A

 


Children's

Ward B

 


Children's
Ward D 

 

 

 


Surgery


Intensive
Care

 

 


Neonatology


Hemato-oncology


 Neurosurgery - 
 in the framework of  the Department of Neurosurgery

 

 Pediatric Division:Outpatient Clinics, Institutes, Units and Clinics       


Allergy 

 


Bronchoscopy Unit

 
Child At-risk Unit


Child Development
Institute
 


Cardiology


Clinical Toxicology
Unit 


Pulmonology 
 


Dermatology


Endocrinology and
Diabetes 
 


Gastroscopy Unit

 
Hemato-Oncology Clinics


 

 


  
Infectious Diseases Unit

 
Immunology

 

 
Metabolic Diseases


 Neurology 


Nephrology 


 Neurosurgery Pediatric  
Clinic - in the framework
of the
 
Neurosurgery
 Clinic


Orthopedics


Pediatric
Outpatient Clinic 

 


Sleep
Disorders


  
Rheumatology 


Pediatric Urology - in the framework of the Department of Urology 

 

 

 

 

 

  

       Also in the framework of the Pediatric Division


The Educational Center for Hospitalized
Children


Beterem: the National Center for Children's Safety and Health: Soroka Branch 
 

 
The Anita Kaufmann Epilepsy Education Center

 




 
 
 
 
 

 


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Soroka Medical Center, Rager Boulevard, P.O.B 151, Beer Sheva 85025 , Israel