President Isaac Herzog and Prime Minister Yair Lapid open new 8,000 square meter Tel Aviv ER facility boasting self-triage and robots to help you find your way

TIMES OF ISRAEL
World’s largest ER opens in Israel, raising bar for tech and scale in emergency med
Nathan Jeffay
July 28, 2022

With self-triage upon check-in and robots to help you find your way, the world’s largest emergency room opened in Israel on Thursday. The 8,000 square meter (86,000 square foot) facility, at Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center (Ichilov), was inaugurated by President Isaac Herzog, Prime Minister Yair Lapid, Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz, and philanthropist Sylvan Adams. The facility was designed for both regular emergency needs and a sudden influx of casualties from war and terror. There are 100 inpatient emergency beds, more than any other Israeli hospital, and this can be doubled in an emergency scenario. READ MORE

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