Hadassah Medical Center
  • Hadassah building

    Over 800 highly-trained physicians are employed at Hadassah Medical Center

  • Hadassah Ein Kerem Mt Scopus

    Hadassah Medical Center has 2 conveniently located hospitals with 1,000-bed capacity

  • Hadassah air emergency service

    Hadassah Medical Center offers around-the-clock Air Ambulance with on-site ICU

  • Hadassah lab

    Over 4 million laboratory tests are performed at Hadassah Medical Center per year

  • Hadassah emergency team

    Average length of stay at Hadassah Medical Center Emergency Unit is 3 days

  • Hadassah surgery

    Patients can feel safe at 31 operating theaters of Hadassah Medical Center

  • Hadassah airport ambulance

    Ambulance car is available from airport to Hadassah Medical Center upon request

  • Hadassah paramedical staff

    Up to 1,500 certified nurses are employed at Hadassah Medical Center

  • Hadassah surgery unit

    Internal Medicine at Hadassah Medical Center is an umbrella for 10 units

  • Hadassah health screening evaluation

    Medical imaging at Hadassah Medical Center: X-rays, MRI, CT, ultrasound, and biopsy

Treatment of gastrointestinal diseases at Hadassah Medical Center include Cohn's disease and GERD

Abdominal pain, fever, and reduced appetite? Or maybe you suddenly started noticing blood on your toilet paper? Whatever the case, if left ignored, early signs of gastrointestinal disorders can lead to serious stomach and colon diseases.

With gastroenterologists at Hadassah Hospital you will feel in safe and delicate hands as they have years of clinical expertise in treating digestive tract diseases including:

  • inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, etc)
  • gastrointestinal neoplasia
  • gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
  • constipation/diarrhea/fecal incontinence
  • anal fissures
  • hemorrhoids
  • etc.

To troubleshoot gastrointestinal diseases, at Hadassah Medical Center (Jerusalem) specialists apply endoscopic ultrasound detecting location, size, and nature of lesions in digestive tract. The technique can also be used as an anesthetic tool in cases of severe pain or inflammation. ERCP and endoscopic laser therapy are widely used to diagnose and treat liver and bile duct diseases.

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