ISRAEL AT WAR
SOUTH UNDER RELENTLESS BARRAGE
SOROKA TREATING HUNDREDS OF SEVERELY WOUNDED
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On the Frontline of Treating Israel's Wounded
As the horrors of October 7th unfolded, Soroka faced its greatest challenge yet, responding to the largest hospital mass-casualty event in history. Despite the unfathomable circumstances, Soroka's dedicated staff responded with unwavering commitment and resilience, treating 680 wounded within the first day. Situated 22 miles from Gaza, Soroka leads the medical response to the war, fulfilling its responsibility to heal Israel's wounded.
Recent News about Soroka Medical Center throughout this unprecedented time
Recent AFS Events
Stand Strong With Soroka - Lior Raz is on a Mission to Support Soroka Medical Center
Equipment that is essential for this mass casualty situation
Soroka Medical Center a lifeline in the midst of war
More About Soroka Since October 7th:
Since 10/7, Soroka's Francis and Nathan Kirsh Trauma Center and Emergency Department have tirelessly treated over 2,600 wounded patients to date, with a significant number in critical condition. As a strategic asset for Israel, Soroka closely collaborates with IDF leadership to meet the evolving challenges. With the incredible support of AFS, Soroka has been able to maintain a rehabilitation center, providing vital care for patients in need of long-term recovery. To prepare for the release of hostages, Soroka established a special unit to care for those in critical condition, providing highly personalized medical care in a secure and private setting with their families. As the conflict persists, Soroka's role as a lifeline becomes increasingly crucial. Please be part of fortifying Soroka’s commitment to outstanding, proactive medical care during this critical time. See below some of Soroka’s patients:
13 year old Hadar from Kibbutz Be’eri
Maya and Itay Reunite at Soroka after over 50 days in captivity.
IDF Soldier Shahar Shiloni following rigorous rehabilitation.
As the only Major Medical Center in the area, Soroka has a responsibility and a commitment to meet the healthcare needs of all the residents of the Negev.
Caring, treating, testing and vaccinating over thousands of individuals, all while ensuring an optimistic work environment, constantly seeking faster methodologies and maintaining high quality levels of care.