Reuth (www.reuth.org) is one of Israel’s oldest and most respected non-profit healthcare and social welfare organizations. Guided by a commitment to professional excellence and the preservation of human dignity, the organization has become the nation's leader in the fields of elder care, rehabilitation, and treatment of the chronically ill. From humble beginnings as a provider of social and housing assistance to Holocaust survivors in Tel Aviv, Reuth has grown into a multi-disciplinary umbrella organization that provides a comprehensive range of medical, rehabilitative and community services for all sectors of Israeli society, with a focus on children, wounded soldiers, victims of terror, senior citizens, and the indigent.
The Reuth Medical Center, the largest rehabilitation and chronic care facility in Tel Aviv, provides long- and short-term rehabilitation services and a host of quality of life therapies to inpatients and outpatients of all ages. The 350-bed hospital boasts 13 departments and an unmatched rehabilitation success rate, with more than 2,000 patients returning home every year. The Reuth Medical Center, an affiliate of the Sackler School of Medicine, is nationally recognized for its innovative and holistic approach to patient care, pioneering new technologies, systems and treatments to heal the whole patient – mind, body and soul.