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Larry King to Host 10th Annual American Friends of Rabin Medical Center 'Broadway on the Hudson' Gala
Date:10/15/2009

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About American Friends of Rabin Medical Center and Rabin Medical Center:

American Friends Rabin Medical Center (AFRMC) is committed to helping Rabin Medical Center fulfill its mission and, on its behalf, obtains contributions so that it may remodel and refurbish its facilities with the most advanced technology and equipment. AFRMC encourages individual, family, and institutional commitment to the hospital; publicly promotes the hospital; arranges visitations; creates joint ventures with other medical establishments; and raises funds through a variety of programmatic efforts. AFRMC welcomes the support and involvement of all caring people.

Rabin Medical Center (RMC), Israel's largest medical institution, established by the merger of the Beilinson and Golda-HaSharon Hospitals, is committed to excellence in patient care, medical research and education. Affiliated with the Tel Aviv University Sackler School of Medicine, RMC is a tertiary facility serving as a referral center for patients throughout the country and the Middle East. With close to 1,000,000 patient visits, 35,000 surgical procedures and 8,700 births every year, its outstanding staff, numbering 4,200, strives to offer state-of-the-art medicine - combining the use of the most advanced equipment and technologies with humane and compassionate care.

RMC is dedicated to the legacy of its namesake, the late Prime-Minister Itzhak Rabin - Commitment to Excellence.

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