Physicians for Human Rights-Israel's mobile clinic project has operated since 1989 to address the impact of occupation on the Palestinian Health Sector. It provides practical options for residents of the occupied territory who must contend with restricted access and availability of medical services. Read More
This is Osama Rami, 15 years of age, who was treated yesterday during the PHR-Israel Medical Day that took place in the village of Qusra
This is Osama Rami, 15 years of age, who was treated yesterday during the Medical Day that took place in the village of Qusra. Osama was hit by a rubber bullet shot by the army at February 23rd, and he suffers from serious damage of the cornea.
IRIN: "We began advertising and looking for needy patients in January in the West Bank and within days we had over 1,000 applications," said Walden, who is a board member of Physicians for Human Rights, an NGO promoting equal access to health services for Israelis and Palestinians. Read More
More Than 1,000 Palestinians Receive the Gift of Hearing as Part of Israel-Palestine Hearing Mission of Peace
Starkey Hearing Foundation, Sheba Medical Center, American Friends of Sheba Medical Center, and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel Team up in Cross-Border Humanitarian Effort.
Friday, April 8th,
PHR Israel held a conference for nurses, at the request of the council of
nurses in the West Bank Read More
Hearing Aids Project in Tulkarem, West-bank, April 4 – 6, 2011. By Sheba medical center, Tel-Hashomer hospital, Physicians for Human Rights (Israel) and Starkey Company (USA).
During three consecutive days, a group of medical doctors and technicians form Sheba medical center in Tel-Hashomer hospital, had joined together to set up Hearing Aid Project that targeted inhabitants of the West-Bank (Palestine) who are in need of hearing aids. They set up a center in Tulkarem for patients from all over the West-Bank, from Hebron in the South up to Jenin in the North. Read More
PHR-Israel's Mobile Clinic provides services in the village of Al-Akaba in the Jordan Valley.
On the morning of Saturday, the 9th of April, the mobile clinic traveled to Al-Akaba village in the Jordan Valley, northeast of Tubas, to provide services and express solidarity with village residents after a wave of house demolitions by the Israeli Military and left dozens homeless a week before.
To commemorate 6 years of struggle, Physicians For Human Rights-Israel mobile clinic will visit Bil'in this Saturday
To commemorate 6 years of struggle, and as an act of solidarity and protest against the Occupation, this Saturday February 19, 2011, Physicians For Human Rights –Israel (PHR-Israel)'s mobile clinic, will hold a medical day in the village of Bil'in. PHR-Israel's Mobile Clinic has provided medical care for Palestinians living under occupation for more than 20 years, A team of approximately 30 affiliated physicians, nurses, pharmacists and translators are expected to participate in the medical day.
iReport. CNN: Physicians for Human Rights in the West Bank
Marc Cohen: Recently I went on a trip to the West Bank for Physicians for Human Rights. They take physicians who want to help people in need. Read More
Medical Conference, 6th in the series, held in Jenin on the 14th of January, 2011
Physicians for Human Rights-Israel has taken upon itself to hold medical conferences and advanced schooling for Palestinian doctors whos ability to attend meetings and advanced training courses is restricted, and to bring them the latest updates in several medical specialties. This last Friday (14 January 2011) the second medical meeting was held in Jenin, the 6th of a series of meetings in the West- Bank, in cooperation with the Palestinian Medical Association (PMA).
Health And Human Rights Project: Pieces of the puzzle, 8.1.2011
HaHRP: This morning feels like it began several days ago, in a funky hotel in the Old City of Jerusalem. We took a taxi to French Hill to meet up with volunteers for the Saturday Mobile Clinic run by Physicians for Human Rights-Israel in conjunction with Palestinian Medical Relief Society. Read More
Medical Day in Qalqiliya, 4 December 2010
This Saturday the Mobile Clinic of PHR-Israel set out on a medical day for specialist care in the city of Qalqiliya, in cooperation with the Palestinian Medical Association and the Al Enqath Society for Charitable Development in the Qalqiliya District. The medical day was extensive and 305 patients, both from the Qalqiliya district and from outlying villages as far as Tulkarem, Ramallah and Nablus, were examined by almost 30 medical staff members and volunteers.
Solidarity visit and medical day in the village of Burin, south of Nablus, 23 october 2010
On Saturday, 23.10.10, the mobile clinic made a solidarity visit and conducted a medical day in the village of Burin, south of the city of Nablus. The inhabitants of the village report being harassed by the settlers from Yitzhar. The medical day was held in the school for boys in the center of the village, with the cooperation of the local council and the Palestine Medical Relief society (PMRS). During the medical day some 150 patients were examined, including 40 children.
Medical day in the Aljabari neighborhood in the old city of Hebron, 25 september 2010
On Saturday the mobile clinic conducted a medical day in the Aljabari neighborhood in the old city of Hebron. The medical day took place in the ancient building of the Society of Dreams of the Young and Children – a society which organizes social, educational and psychological activities for the inhabitants of the old city. The medical relief society (PMRS) also participated. During the medical day more than 240 patients were examined, including 50 children.
Medical day for women in Fundokomia, Jenin-area, on 28 august 2010
On Saturday the mobile clinic traveled to Al-Fundokomia in the Jenin area for a medical day for women (the second of this series). The medical day took place in the school for girls in the center of the village, in cooperation with the local women's organization, PMRS and the local council. During the medical day 90 women were examined, 20 gynecological cases, 27 orthopedic cases, and the other general medical cases. A 21 old woman was referred for further treatment in Israel.
On Friday, June 4th 2010, a Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-IL) surgical team conducted a second day of surgeries at the Medical Center in the town of Tul-Karem in the West Bank. The team was composed of plastic surgeon Dr. Yitzhak Lipin, and Assam Omar, a chief OR Nurse at the Shiva Hospital
PHR-IL's Surgical Team in Tul-Karem, West Bank 17.3.10
On Wednesday, March 17th 2010, a Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-IL) medical team conducted a first of a kind day of surgeries at the Medical Center in the town of Tul-Karem in the West Bank. The team was composed of plastic surgeon Dr. Yitzhak Lipin, and general surgeon Dr. Hassan Matani, who is also a board member at PHR-IL.