Jewish and Arab doctors and nurses from the dialysis department at Ziv Hospital in northern Israel dance in order to cheer up patients.
Ziv hospital in Tzfat is one of Israel’s leading trauma centers, well known for treating the diverse population of northern Israel in the Galilee and the Golan Heights.
Like all Israeli hospitals, it’s an example of true coexistence between Arabs and Israelis.
Since February 2013, Ziv Medical Center has been treating wounded and ill Syrians, providing them with humanitarian medical assistance.
Doctors and nurses at Ziv Hospital in Northern Israel are a shining example of real coexistence as they dance together to cheer up patients in the dialysis ward.