Walnut Hill Medical Center hosts CEO and Head of Imaging from new hospital being built in Israel

On Thursday, December 3, Walnut Hill Medical Center hosted Rachel Shmueli, CEO of Assuta Ashdod Hospital, (AAH) and Dr. Michal Guindy, Head of Imaging of Assuta Medical Centers in Israel. Throughout the years Israel has continuously developed and renovated existing centers, but the 300-bed facility in Ashdod will be the first brand new public hospital to be built in Israel in 45 years. The hospital is set to open in May 2017, near the center of Israel.

“We learned about Walnut Hill Medical Center while searching for new hospitals around the world that we could learn from. Surprisingly enough, very few hospitals have the opportunity to have a fresh start like us. Reading about WHMC, its mission, values and challenges, we felt we have a similar approach to deliver health care,” said Rachel Shmueli, CEO of Assuta Ashdod Hospital. “Walnut Hill Medical Center seems to have found new solutions to old problems. The habit of smiling to one another, the emergency rooms workflow and all of the stories about the hospital make it unique. I felt that although we were many miles apart, our shared vision made us very close.”

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