The department has day-care units, a unit for clinical pharmacology, drug therapy, and a stress research unit.
The spacious center has 37 inner hospital beds. The inpatient rooms are not identical and are designed to meet the special needs of each of the hospitalized patients (geriatric patients, patients on venilators and independent patients). The rooms include two beds and offer very high "hotel" standards. The center also has a day care unit, which is designed to monitor patients discharged from the department to their homes, in a holistic approach that relates to the health of both body and soul, and in which doctors from the community take part in the treatment.
In addition, the Center is affiliated to the Clinical Pharmacology Unit, which engages in the study of drugs and their interactions.
The Stress Research Institute, located in the center, is one of a kind, working in collaboration with leading research institutes in the United States. In this institute research is carried out, inter alia, on relationship between acute and chronic stress and morbidity situations.
Academic and research activities
The relationship between stressful situations and organic diseases, and interactions between drugs are investigated. The Stress Research Institute works in collaboration with the leading research institutes in this field in the United States, the National Institute of Health (NIH) in Washington, and the Beth Israel and Mount Sinai hospitals in New York. In this institute the relationship between acute and chronic stress situations and states of morbidity are investgated, In aodition the effect of relaxation methods from the Far East on states situations (characteristic of the Western world), are evaluated.
information Provided to the patient:
Daily from 14:00 to 16:00
Doctor's ward rounds:
Daily from 09:30 to 12:30
A "short" round - every day from 08:00 to 09:00