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January 27, 1984 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 21, 1984 41

Rambam Medical Center Has Special Role in Treating Wounded

NEW YORK (JTA) —
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in Israel as the Rambam
Hospital, has been playing a
unique role in treating
those wounded in Lebanon
since the war started there
in June 1982.
The RMC has handled
approximately 50 percent of
the Israeli casualties in
addition to treating hun-
dreds of Lebanese civilians,
United Nations troops, and
Palestine Liberation
Organization and Syrian
prisoners of war. The prox-
imity of the hospital to the
actual fighting and its ad-
vanced facilities and expert
staff have enabled the hos-
pital to provide significant
contributions in the last 19
months.
Recently, the RMC made
international headlines
when the United States re-
jects its offer of medical
services to treat wounded
American servicemen after
the Marine headquarters in
Beirut was blown up in a car
bomb attack on Oct. 23, de-
spite the, fact that the hospi-
tal has one of the world's
most advanced trauma and
burn centers and has ex-
perts in "crush medicine,"
the treatment of people in-
jured in collapsed buildings.
The key role of RMC

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during the war in Leba- juries, especially in their population — with spe- largest in Israel. In addition
non and the affect the legs, because the war in cial emphasis on hydro- to functioning as a military
fighting had on the hospi- Lebanon was an "infantry therapy.
hospital, the RMC is the
tal resources were dis- war," compared. to the Yom
After Tel HaShomer Hos- major hospital serving the
cussed by Dr. Joseph Kippur War which was a pital, near Tel Aviv, the civilian populations of
Brandes, director of the "tank and armor war" RMC ranks, along the northern Israel and south-
RMC, in a special inter- which resulted in many Hadassah Hospital in ern Lebanon, or about one
view with the Jewish burn victims.
Jerusalem, as the second million people.
Telegraphic Agency.
According to Brandes, the
"Since June 1982, the annual budget of the RMC
RMC has treated about is $40 million, mostly
2,000 Israeli soldiers and funded by the Israel gov-
some 500 non-Israelis, in- ernment. "It pays the
cluding children and civi- salaries and the daily run-
lians from Lebanon, ning of the hospital," he
Warm up by the fireside
Lebanese soldiers of the said. This budget, he added,
on those cold winter nights,
Christian militias and UN- does not pay for the pur-
With a bowl of cottage cheese and sour cream,
IFIL (United Nations chase of new medical
One of Winter's chief delights!
Interim Force in Lebanon) equipment nor for the con-
troops," Brandes said. In struction and development
addition, we treated PLO of new centers.
and Syrian prisoners of
"For this we have to
war."
raise money through
He contended that this friends of the hospital,"
extensive activity has Brandes said. He noted
"eroded our means, because that one of the new proj-
the cost of war medicine is ects of the hospital is the
tremendous, due to the in- construction of a re-
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Brandes noted that about civilian and military
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sophisticated weapons used
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NEW YORK — The
World Congress of Free Uk-
rainians has passed a reso-
lution condemning anti-
Semitic actions in the Uk-
raine "no matter who in-
itiates or carries them out."
The organization, in a
message to Abraham H.
Foxman, associate national
director of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, said the resolution
was passed unanimously at
the group's fourth congress
held in Toronto, Canada,
last month.
The resolution said the
action was taken "in keep-
ing with the tradition of the
Ukrainian National Repub-
lic, the government of which
issued in 1918 a law
guaranteeing the equality
of minorities in the Ukraine
and granted Jews the status
of internal autonomy."

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