Aerial view of the Medical Center
Who we are?
Laniado Hospital, is a religious hospital in Netanya, founded in 1976 by the late Rebbe of Klausenburg – Rabbi Yekutiel Yehuda Halberstam ztz”l, who lost his wife and 11 children in the Holocaust.
The medical center was built primarily from donations from philanthropists who have donated and continue to generously donate to the building, equipment, devices and multiple budgets that its operators need for its day-to-day maintenance. To ensure the regular flow of funds, associations of friends have been established around the world and are headed by the “International Board of Trustees”.
Always a smile for everyone
The hospital is a non-profit public corporation headed by the World Board of Trustees. It is based on the tenets of halacha in every detail. Laniado Hospital never closes and has undertaken to treat every person regardless of religion, race or nationality
Leaders in innovation in Israel and around the world
The medical center implements the most innovative methods: the equipment, tools, expertise of the faculty and their skill have earned the reputation of the Sanz Medical Center as one of the leading medical centers in Israel.
Today, the hospital boasts departments with the best doctors in Israel and around the world, and provides the most professional medical assistance to all patients hospitalized in the hospital
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Founding Principals - The Vision
The vision for the establishment of the hospital is found in the founding words of the late Rebbe of Sanz, who said: “Ensure every opportunity to alleviate the pain and suffering of the patients. Improve their mood and spirit. “
Laniado Hospital has engraved on its banner the view of the Rebbe ztzk”l: A hospital will provide help to every person and it will be help that comes from the heart, not purely technical help. The hospital will work professionally without forgetting the most important aspects: kindness, a warm attitude, caring and empathy for the patient.
Founding Notes for Laniado Hospital Sanz Medical Center, Netanya
By The Rebbe of Sanz Klausenburg ztzk”l, Founder of the hospital
Founding Notes for Laniado Hospital Sanz Medical Center, Netanya By The Rebbe of Sanz Klausenburg ztzk”l, Founder of the hospital
The founding words were written in 1975 and formed the basis of the Law on Patient Rights, which was enacted in the Knesset in 1995
- The hospital in Kiryat Sanz is a dedication for the benefit of those who need healing, to fulfill the Torah commandment as stated in Masechet Nedarim page 41 and in the Shulchan Aruch, Yoreh Deah סימן של”ו.
- The hospital will accept every man and woman regardless of religion and race, etc.
- The hospital was founded on the basis of the belief in G-d Almighty who has carved out life for every living thing and who has in His hand the soul of every living thing. The doctors and medical staff should have a strong basis of faith especially in these principles, and all their conduct shall be in the spirit of faith in G-d and His holy teachings.
- To take care in the hospital to keep all the commandments of the Torah according to the laws of the Shulchan Aruch and its rulings. To appoint an expert teacher to whom the questions relating to halacha will be addressed and his decision will oblige the entire staff of the hospital. In the laws of Shabbat they will ensure to act through the permission of making a statement to a non-Jew (to act on Shabbat), and to be particular in dress in line with the religion of Moshe.
- Strive to find physicians and medical staff who will excel in their medical profession, and will also have good virtues, imbued with the love of Israel and the love of others as is written ‘ love your neighbor as yourself’.
- Take every opportunity to alleviate the pain and suffering of the patients, improve their mood and psyche, and it is also an important aid to overcoming their illness and healing as explained in the Shulchan Aruch.
- Be very careful in keeping the commandments between man and hia fellow man, be careful not to cause a burden, God forbid, on the hospital staff and anyone who comes in contact with the hospital. And of course be careful not to be late paying your employees.
- The spirit that will prevail among the hospital staff – in contact with each other or with others – will be that of peace and tranquility, love and brotherhood.
- To establish an institute for halakhic medical research, to solve, according to the Torah, medical problems whose solutions will be of benefit to those who keep the Torah and its Commandments.