About the center
The Department of Surgery treats a wide range of diseases, such as: breast cancer, treatment of melanomas and sarcomas, gastrointestinal tumors: pancreas, liver, stomach, esophagus, colon and small intestine, as well as obesity diseases (metabolic diseases). The department conducts complex laparoscopic surgeries. Patients are treated urgently or electively. The Department's physicians are responsible (while in the ER) for the diagnosis and initial treatment of patients who were urgently admitted to the emergency room with surgical diseases and are subsequently accompany the patients in the department and/or the operating room until their discharge.
In the elective framework, the department provides, after comprehensive and thorough investigation, a solution for a variety of diseases that require surgical treatment.
The equipment available to the surgeons is modern and includes, inter alia, advanced laparoscopic equipment.
The department operates several outpatient clinics for the identification and diagnosis of diseases that require surgical intervention, providing consultation to community physicians and preparation for surgery. The clinics are: a breast clinic, a general clinic, a proctology clinic, and an obesity clinic.
Academic and research activities
The department conducts extensive research activity in the fields of: intestinal irradiation, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and melanoma. The center is affiliated with the Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University. The academic activity of the department includes ongoing instruction of interns and surgery students. Physycian rounds and literature review meetings are held on a weekly basis.
Providing information to the patient:
14:30 - 15:30 in coordination with the secretary of the department
Long daily visit at 09:00-13:00
Short daily visit at 15:30-16:30