Certificate of Merit from the Ministry of Health

“The Geriatrics Department at the Ministry of Health is examining the results of the audits as a leading criterion for the quality of care and level of service at the institutions, and gives the seven institutions with the best results over time a Certificate of Merit. We are pleased to announce that your institution is among the seven institutions to receive a Certificate of Merit for 2015.”

The Ministry of Health | 30/11/2015

Letter from MK Daniel Atar

“I would like to thank you for inviting me to the launch of author Amnon Shamosh’s new book (…) I would like to congratulate you on your important work for Alzheimer’s patients and for promoting an awareness of this horrible disease”.

MK Daniel Atar | 18/11/2015

Letter from MK Yair Lapid’s Office

“Thank you very much for the invitation to the launch of author Amnon Shamosh’s new book (…) we fully support your endeavors”.

MK Yair Lapid’s Office | 18/11/2015

Letter from Knesset Chairperson Yuli Edelstein

“I would like to sincerely thank you for Amnon Shamosh’s book Boker Tov Altz Heimer and for the invitation to attend his book launch (…) I apologize for not being able to partake in the event, and wish you and the author much success”.

Knesset Chairperson Yuli Edelstein | 18/11/2015

Letter from President of Israel Mr. Reuven Rivlin

“Living with a person who has lost their thoughts is not easy. Coping with Alzheimer’s disease in a close loved one may be difficult to bear (…) The Ramat Gan Alzheimer Center was one of the first to address the pain. There is no doubt that the center’s efforts to raise awareness of the disease and its early detection, help in receiving preventive treatment that slows the development of Alzheimer’s disease.

President of Israel Mr. Reuven Rivlin | 12/11/2015

Letter from the Minister of Health regarding Amnon Shamosh’s book launch

“I received the book and your invitation to the book launch…please send my warm wishes to the organizers of the event, to author Amnon Shamosh, and to the participants”.

The Minister of Health Rabbi Yaakov Litzman | 11/11/2015

Letter from the Minister of Tourism Yariv Levin

“I was very happy to receive author Amnon Shamosh’s book Boker Tov Altz Heimer that you sent me (…) I praise your important work in raising awareness for Alzheimer’s disease and in addressing patients and their families.”

Minister of Tourism Yariv Levin | 09/11/2015

Letter from David Binyamin, Managing Director of Beit Zvi

“I would like to thank you once again for our collaboration, which was more extensive this year and for the grants you gave to the students who participated in the two projects this year (…) we are very happy to be a part of the research and to contribute something to your residents”.

David Binyamin, Managing Director of Beit Zvi | 19/08/2015

Letter from Prof. Liat Ayalon, Bar-Ilan University

 "I have known the center for about ten years and have been in research and learning collaboration with them throughout these years. As part of the collaboration with the center, I have conducted several joint research studies  with the staff at the center (...) I see the Ramat Gan Alzheimer Center as a leading institution in its field and am very pleased with my extensive collaboration with it."

Prof. Liat Ayalon, Bar-Ilan University | 15/06/2015

Letter from Dr. Yuval Palgi, University of Haifa

"For about one year there has been research collaboration between myself and the Ramat Gan Alzheimer Center (...) From our joint work we were impressed with how the center works according to the highest scientific standards and we hope to expand our research collaboration with the center in the future." 

Dr. Yuval Palgi, University of Haifa | 07/06/2015

Letter from Member of Knesset Rabbi Yaakov Litzman

"I wish to thank you for the sending the lovely greeting card for my re-election to the 20th Knesset, in which you elaborated on the Alzheimer Center. I would like to express my sincere gratitude for bringing issues to my attention and for your important work."

Rabbi Yaakov Litzman | 21/04/2015

Letter from Yaakov Keidar

"I wish to express my fullest appreciation for the center and what it does to contribute to the welfare of patients and to promote research on the disease. Keep it up, and well done."

Yaakov Keidar | 19/04/2015

Letter from Prof. Yitzhak Brick, former CEO of Eshel

"Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most difficult problems of our time and it has significant implications on the family, the environment, and society, and you have an important contribution to the overall effort to help patients and their families. Bless you."

Prof. Yitzhak Brick | 12/04/2015

Thank you letter from the Munitz family

"We would like to express our deepest gratitude and appreciation for the professional and devoted care of our father, the late Gershon Munitz, in the final years of his life."

Sarah Vadai and Yaakov Munitz |

Thank you letter from Dr. Liev Rappaport

"I would like to express my sincere appreciation for everyone involved in the work done at the center: Thank you for the warmth and personal attention and for the infinite patience. You made my mother’s final years more pleasant and meaningful. Despite the objective difficulties you managed to maintain your humanity and limitless devotion."

Dr. Liev Rappaport |

Thank you letter from Dr. Dan Shapira

"I would like to take this opportunity, together with best wishes for the New Year, to add a few words of appreciation. From the initial acquaintance with the administrative staff we realized that this   was the place we had been looking for, for my beloved mother. Throughout my   mother’s entire stay at the center, we were repeatedly proven that we had made the right choice."

Dr. Dan Shapira |

Thank you letter from Esty and Odeda

“The adjustment period wasn’t easy, but what made it easier for mother and for us was the dedicated team of nurses and caregivers that enveloped us with love, concern, devotion and caring. Any request, suggestion or problem we had was promptly addressed, even by the administration…”

Esty and Odeda |

Thank you letter from Hedva and Shraka

“Alzheimer’s is a horrible disease with no cure, but you can honorably prolong a patient’s life with warmth and love. Words cannot express the gratitude we feel for the medical, care giving and administrative staff that guided us through every question, problem, and request. The attentiveness also helps us, the family, believe that we made the right move by bringing our father here…”

Hedva and Shraka |

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A music and dance evening at the center

A music and dance evening will take place on the second Tuesday of every month, at 5:00 p.m., at the new cafe at the center. For updates, call: 03-5342221.

Lectures on different topics at the center

Lectures on various different topics pertaining to Alzheimer’s treatment will take place on the last Tuesday of every month, at 6:00 p.m. For updates, call: 03-5342221.

The center is currently constructing a new building, which will be able to admit an additional 100  Alzheimer patients in Israel, construction of a café for patients and their families, a lecture hall and clinics.

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