The Children’s Health Alliance for Israel (CHAI) is an American non-profit organization founded in 1982 to support state-of-the art clinical services, research, training, and capital projects at Schneider Children’s Medical Center of Israel. The mission of the Children’s Health Alliance for Israel (CHAI) is to offer support to ensure that children receive the finest care that pediatric medicine has to offer at Schneider Children’s Medical Center of Israel. Schneider Children’s is the first and only pediatric tertiary care hospital of its kind in Israel and the Middle East providing comprehensive care to all children, irrespective of race, religion, or nationality. Since its inception, the Medical Center has raised the level of children’s care to the highest standards of medical excellence.
CHAI’s puzzle logo, which it proudly shares with the Medical Center, symbolizes the all-encompassing approach to pediatric health care developed and practiced by Schneider Children’s. The puzzle pieces also represent the seven floors of the hospital, each dedicated to a subspecialty of pediatric medicine. Additionally, the puzzle pieces have different colors and shapes, much like the diversity of cultures and ethnicities in the region.
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Learn about the Children’s Health Alliance for Israel by exploring our puzzle logo below