At Laniado Hospital no risks are taken and premature infants are transferred to a reinforced protected compound
In light of the escalation in the South, which spread to large parts of Israel's territory, the management of Laniado Hospital decided to transfer the Neonatal Department to its missile-protected compound. "In accordance with the situation assessment we conducted, we decided not to take risks and to transfer the Neonatal Department to a protected compound in a controlled manner”, explains Nadav Chen, CEO of Laniado Hospital, and continues, "Even the new labor wards that have recently opened, aside from comfort, beauty, space and the latest technology, are protected against missiles."
Neonatal Director Dr. Arie Simmonds adds, "Our role as the care team is to provide all peace of mind and security to the families and to provide care in any situation to preterm infants. The team is skilled, professional and prepared for any scenario".