I am not feeling well, what can I do?
I am dehydrated, what can I do to rehydrate at home/ dorm?
Where can I go to get a flu shot?”
In Israel, community physicians are not “on call,” so without a medical appointment, access to your health care provider is limited.
EMA Care provides “on call” services at specific times each day, in which you can get answers for your questions and receive health information and referrals.
EMA Care provides yearly and semester-long student packages for students studying in Israel. You can relax and enjoy your semester knowing that EMA Care is here for you.
Our services include on call availability when you get sick or have health questions.
We provide referrals, health information, health promotion, and advice.
This includes a reasonable amount of communications (emails, whatsapp, phone calls) per month.
*Communications exceeding 5 hours/m will require additional fees.
Our augmented health liaison services are available as an additional service for students who have urgent health needs, emergencies, or chronic health issues requiring more intensive management. Click here to learn more.
Click here to sign up, or call us for more information.
Thank you for the zoom (and all your updates). It was great. I wish the news was like that. Straight forward, factual, unemotional. Bravo to both of you ladies!!
My experience with Ema Care has been so positive that I wanted to share it in case it could help someone else. Eight days ago my daughter, a Shanah Bet student, called to say she wasn’t feeling well and had symptoms of Covid-19. I was put in touch with an Infectious Disease specialist who recommended Ema Care. I reached Dr. Eliana Aaron easily and signed my daughter up. The next morning, Ema Care gave my daughter a telehealth exam and provided her with prescriptions, as well as a list of...