There is nothing more precious than your health

Bishvilaych, is the first and only woman to woman nonprofit organization in Israel focused on preventive medical care. We work to encourage health awareness and promote preventative screenings.

In light of current COVID-19 precautions, Bishvilaych is launching a special call line dedicated to answering all your women’s health-related questions. 
Our team includes physicians, midwives, physical therapists, social workers and nutritionists. Do not hesitate to reach out with any of your questions. We are here for you.

Medical Clinic

Our team of physicians will provide you with a comprehensive medical examination, with an emphasis on identifying risk factors, providing personal recommendations for a healthy lifestyle, and accompanying further tests and follow-up appointments.

Community Projects

Our community outreach programs are carried out throughout the country to educate and empower women to care for themselves. The projects are built in exact accordance with each community and its unique needs.

Research and Evaluation

To create programs that make an impact, we host focus groups and distribute questionnaires on relevant women’s health topics. The information gathered is evaluated, giving us the information needed to develop programs fitting each individual community.

Professional Training

Our professional training programs are carried out in cooperation with all HMOs, providing community physicians with a deeper understanding of gender specific medicine and cultural sensitivity tailored to the orthodox community.

When was your last Check-up?

Today, the numerous responsibilities of Jewish women, often make check-ups, screenings and medical follow ups difficult to perform. To combat this challenge, physicians at Bishvilaych created a document of screening protocals you need according to your age, to help you stay healthy.

Our Numbers

Medical consulting and referrals
women exposed to health articles in the media
women who had a medical check-up at Bishvilaych
women that were participants in our community programs
medical professionals who received specialized training
students have been exposed to health information from our school outreach initiatives

Our partners