Welcome to British Friends of Rambam

British Friends of Rambam is a national charity established to promote and support The Rambam Health Care Campus located in Haifa, Israel. Rambam aspires to lead in all aspects of medical care on behalf of the population in Haifa and northern Israel in times of peace and sadly war regardless of race or creed. Patients and medical staff are from diverse ethnic backgrounds and include Israeli Jews, Christians, Muslim’s and Druze.

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Tumour Patient from Gaza is Cured by Rambam

One year ago, Dr. David Bernstein served as a physician in the Israel Defense Forces in the war Operation Protective Edge in Gaza where he treated Israel’s wounded soldiers. Many do not realize that the situation in the Middle East is not black and white. Ironically, Dr. Bernstein recently and successfully treated a young Palestinian […]


How a boy donated all his Bar Mitzvah toys and gifts

Thank you to Mitchell Silverman, 13, from NY. For a Bar Mitzvah project, he had friends donate books and toys to Rambam. No related posts.

New West Campus
Rambam New West Campus

Rambam Health Care Campus is involved in its most extensive site improvement ever, designed to dramatically improve hospitalization services and to transform Rambam into one of the most advanced medical centers in the world.
Paediatric Centre
Paediatric Nephrology Centre

The Paediatric Nephrology Centre at Rambam is the largest in Israel’s north and has achieved national and international recognition as a leading clinical, academic and research program.
Ruth Rappaport
Ruth Rappaport Children's Hospital

The Ruth Rappaport Children’s Hospital will provide improved physical and social conditions commensurate with Rambam pediatricians’ delivery of the highest quality medical care to the approximately 600,000 youngsters.

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