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Tel Aviv unveils Israel’s largest rehabilitation campus

The center will take seven years to build and change the landscape of care.

A rendering of what will be Israel's largest rehabilitation hospital, which will span four acres of property in Tel Aviv and include 12 cutting-edge hospital wards with an estimated 450 beds. Credit: Courtesy of MYS Architects.
A rendering of what will be Israel's largest rehabilitation hospital, which will span four acres of property in Tel Aviv and include 12 cutting-edge hospital wards with an estimated 450 beds. Credit: Courtesy of MYS Architects.

In a groundbreaking collaboration, the Municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo, the Tel Aviv Foundation and the Reuth Tel Aviv Rehabilitation Hospital announce the development of Israel’s largest rehabilitation campus in Tel Aviv. This visionary project, recently approved by the municipality, promises to revolutionize medical services in the region.

A rendering of what will be Israel’s largest rehabilitation hospital, which will span four acres of property in Tel Aviv and include 12 cutting-edge hospital wards with an estimated 450 beds. Credit: Courtesy of MYS Architects.

Spanning across four acres in the northwestern part of the city, the future campus at Sde Dov will boast 12 cutting-edge hospital wards and approximately 450 beds. With a projected cost of over $200 million, this initiative represents a significant investment in elevating rehabilitation services to unprecedented levels.

“Amid the backdrop of the Iron Swords war, the relocation of Reuth Tel Aviv Rehabilitation Hospital from the Yad Eliyahu neighborhood to this state-of-the-art campus couldn’t come at a more crucial time. Anticipated to be completed within a seven-year timeframe, this move will enable an advanced response to the surging demands for rehabilitation services across Israel,” says Dr. Hila Oren, CEO of the Tel Aviv Foundation.

Fueled by philanthropic donations, governmental support, commercial partnerships and matching funds from the municipality, the Tel Aviv Foundation has launched a fundraising campaign to secure around $100 million in donations, underlining the community’s unwavering commitment to this transformative endeavor.

Led by the esteemed MYS Architects, the project’s planning prioritizes optimal space utilization and future-proof infrastructure. A commercial area on the entrance floor, featuring shops and cafes, will further enrich the campus experience for visitors and residents alike.

Beyond its medical facilities, the campus will include a public residential building catering to elderly individuals entitled to housing assistance, embodying a commitment to inclusive care and support.

Announcing the plans for a new rehabilitation center in Tel Aviv are (from left) Ron Huldai, mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo and chairman of the Tel Aviv Foundation; Dr. Hila Oren, CEO of the Tel Aviv Foundation; Ido Sharir Reuth CEO of Reuth Tel Aviv Rehabilitation Hospital; and Dr. Orit Stein Reisner, director of Reuth Tel Aviv Rehabilitation Hospital. Photo by Rafi Deloya.

Sustainability lies at the heart of this project, with features like energy-efficient lighting and advanced waste-management systems, ensuring a greener, healthier future for all.

Affiliated with the esteemed faculty of medicine at Tel Aviv University, Reuth Tel Aviv Rehabilitation Hospital brings over 60 years of healthcare excellence to the table. Renowned for its specialized services in rehabilitation medicine, geriatrics, and pain relief, alongside robust training and academic programs for medical professionals, the hospital stands poised to lead the charge towards a brighter, healthier tomorrow.

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Established in 1977 and since then chaired by the sitting mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo, the Tel Aviv Foundation focuses on raising the quality of life of each Tel Aviv resident through partnerships that enhance the city’s values of openness, innovation, inclusion and opportunity. For more than four decades, the Tel Aviv Foundation has been the City of Tel Aviv’s main philanthropic agent, creating long-term global partnerships that have delivered more than 800 projects throughout the city, including some of Tel Aviv’s most important cultural, educational and social initiatives and icons—reshaping the physical and human landscape of the “Nonstop City.”
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