Medical Division

The Israel Bonds Medical Division is a significant opportunity for medical professionals from across the spectrum to engage with like-minded peers on behalf of Israel.The Medical Division provides a series of meaningful forums through which to network, share ideas and hear from diverse speakers discussing timely, relevant topics.

The centerpiece of the Bond Medical Division is its biennial delegation to Israel, filled with memorable moments and unforgettable highlights. In addition to visiting sights of historical and spiritual significance, participants also get a firsthand look at Israel’s remarkable, cutting-edge advances in science and medicine.The photos on this page provide a sense of how impactful these delegations can be.
 
Join us! For further information, contact your regional Israel Bonds office, which can be located here.


And be sure to register for our latest Annual Continuing Medical Education Program - 'Ethical Dilemmas in Reproductive Technology: Designer Babies, IVF Treatments in the US & Israel, Access to Care, Adoption, Surrogacy, & the Jewish Perspective' on May 2 at 7:30pm, Zoom. Register here or contact Danielle Ross, Registered Representative, Israel Bonds New Jersey, 973.712.1408, danielle.ross@israelbonds.com for more information. 
 
We look forward to your participation.
 

Dr. Andrew Hutter   
Dr. Burton Herbstman

Co-Chairs
                         
Dr. Zev Shulkin          
Dr. Steven Warren

Associate Chairs


Packing food for needy families at the Yad Eliezar Food Bank


The very first medical delegation in 2009 met with the father of then-captured soldier Gilad Shalit



Enjoying a tasting at the Agur Winery


Distributing stuffed animals at Schneider Children's Medical Center 


Delegates are welcomed to an IDF military base



At Ohr Meir Braca, delegates packed Shabbat meals for families in need



Interacting with residents of Halutza in the Negev


Visiting Alyn Specialized Hospital, Israel's only pediatric and adolescent rehabilitation facility

(Photos courtesy of Dr. Andrew Hutter)