The Kaplan Medical Center (KMC), located in Rehovot, Israel, was established in 1953 and is one of the largest hospitals in the Clalit network, the country’s largest healthcare provider. Serving the center of the country, KMC is renown in Israel for the excellent medical services it provides to the over 700,000 people – 10% of Israel’s population — in its catchment area. This includes:
- 39% of Israel’s Ethiopian community
- Large community of immigrants from the FSU
- Large Sephardic community
- Large minority population
Most of the people under KMC’s care are of middle to low socio-economic status. Many have community specific health issues and depend heavily on the hospital’s services.
Aerial view of the campus of the Kaplan Medical Center
Area: 60 Acres(241 Dunums)
Built Area: 23 Acres( 93 Dunums)
Academic Accreditations & Education
- Affiliated with the Hebrew University Medical School i Jerusalem.
- Accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI)
- Teaching Hospital.
- Over 40 wards accredited for residency training.
- Nursing School.
- School for radiology technicians.
- School for immigrant physicians.
Operating Budget: $140,000,000.00 (NIS 500,000,000.00)
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