27 May 2014

Medical tourism in Israel: what we can't treat here

This is a translation of a dialog overheard by a Russian speaking medical professional in one of the Israeli private clinics.

While walking down a hall of a clinic where I work, I see out of a corner of my eye two women - one, a patient of the clinic in a wheelchair and the other her escort.

Then I hear this, in Russian:

- Such a surgery, such a high level! They operated yesterday and they promised to discharge me tomorrow! Great country!
- Yes, a great one, mom. Only I wish they didn't have all these Jews here...
- Oh well, where don't you find them... you can't hide from these antichrists nowhere.

(Both shake heads in resignation)
Just for reference: medical tourism in Israel.

Hat tip: L.W.