Rabbi Shmuel Halevi Wosner, Zt’’l (Rav Moshe Shaul Klein, Shlita)
“It is an absolute obligation to act in accordance with medical recomendations of healthcare. Therefore, women must undergo regular medical examinations in order to detect the particular diseases from which they suffer (chas v’shalom), as experience has proven that early detection improves the chances of recovery. B’shvilaych is doing a great thing by providing for patients who seek medical treatment in accordance with the way of Torah….”
Rabbi Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg, Zt’’l
“Due to their many responsibilities, many women neglect themselves, …leading to poor health, illness and death. This is due to the lack of [medical service] that is sensitive to religious women’s needs. [Bishvilaych], created especially for these women, will surely aid and save many women’s lives.”
Rabbi Yitzchak Tuvia Weiss, Shlita
“…providing vital medical care to women with sensitivity to their concerns for modesty, [B’shvilaych] provides a great and important benefit to the city of Yerushalayim. Great is the merit of those who take part in this great mitzvah… They will surely be blessed both spiritually and physically, with good health and success in all of their endeavors.”
Rabbi Moshe Halberstam, Zt”l
“[Bishvilaych] will provide great benefits… and it is a great mitzvah to take part in this in any possible way. May we all pray that those who are good messengers will be blessed with health, salvation and all goodness.”
Rabbi Moshe Sternbuch, Shlita
“I support and encourage this special center… This is a matter of life and death and will bring great benefit..”
Rabbi Shmuel Auerbach, Shlita
“…I ask all to come and help [Bishvilaych]… All those helping in this great mitzvah will be blessed with nachas from their children, and lives filled with health and happiness.”
David Applebaum, M.D. o.b.m.
“The establishment of a Women’s Health Service is very important and will have a major positive impact on their health and overall welfare.”
Dr. Applebaum, an early advocate for Bishvilaych, was world-renowned for his pioneering work in the field of trauma medicine. Tragically, he and his daughter were killed by a suicide bomber in Jerusalem in 2003.
Tanir M Allweis, M.D.
“Several times a year, I encounter women with very advanced breast cancer, sometimes incurable – simply because of ignorance and lack of proper primary medical care. …such women [often have] other undetected and untreated conditions such as anemia and hypothyroidism etc… [B’shvilaych] has the potential to impact greatly on the state of women’s health…”
Dr. Allweis, is the director of the Sarah Markowitz Breast Health Center at Kaplan Medical Center, an advisor to the Israel Cancer Association and Chairwoman of the Israel Senologic Society.
Shalom D. Strano, MBBCh FFRAD.D.SA
“Currently the comprehensive approach to women’s health is still far behind in Israel and [Bishvilaych] will make a tremendous impact on the health and well being of our women.”
Dr. Strano is a senior specialist mammographer practicing in Jerusalem.
Miri Rom, RN, Ph.D.
“I would like to thank Bishvilaych for opening their medical clinic as a clinical site for students at the Henrietta Szold Hadassah-Hebrew University School of Nursing. Their comprehensive perspective on women’s health throughout the lifecycle, encompasses the philosophy of prevention and treatment that is taught in our nursing school…this partnership between academia and clinical practice, will bear many fruits that will greatly impact the health of women in Israel. “
Dr. Rom is Director and Associate Dean of the Henrietta Szold Hadassah-Hebrew University School of Nursing in Jerusalem.