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Despite shortcomings, Israeli health care praised by OECD

Israelis have longer life expectancies and lower infant mortality rates than OECD average, but Israel lacks hospital beds, nurses, MRI and CT equipment, says OECD report for 2016 • Health Ministry head affirms “we need to improve infrastructure and resources.”

Exterior of the Ruth Rappaport Children’s Hospital at Rambam Health Care Campus, showing entrance (bottom center) to Pediatric Emergency. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.
Exterior of the Ruth Rappaport Children’s Hospital at Rambam Health Care Campus, showing entrance (bottom center) to Pediatric Emergency. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.
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