Israel, a world leader in groundbreaking innovations and finding new technological solutions, has also become a major provider of innovative solutions in the field of life sciences. Israeli solutions respond to today’s healthcare challenges to lower overall healthcare costs and meet the world’s evolving needs. Israel is home to around 1,000 life science companies, with 40 new companies being formed each year. Many Israeli companies such as Teva, Insightec, Medinol, Compugen, Kamada have been at the forefront in the development and marketing of life-changing medical devices, treatments and medications. In this field, Israeli scientists and engineers have integrated advanced technologies in Electronics, Communications and Electro-optics to develop world-class innovations in Digital Imaging, medical lasers, Telemedicine, Early Diagnostic and Smart Surgical equipment.


Israel continuously strives to lead the world in the quality of scientific research institutions. Israel remains the number 1 in the world for the number of medical device patents per capita. It is second in Europe in per capita of private biotech companies’ products in pipeline and fourth for biopharma patents.

The Embassy of Israel in India and The Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute organized a Delegation of Fortis Healthcare Group on Exploratory Mission to Israel during 7 to 9 September 2015. The delegates visited Rambam Trauma Center welcomed by Dr. Mekel, Dir. of the Endocrine Surgery Service and Ms. Gila Hyams, Director, The Teaching Center for Trauma. They had a tour of Trauma Unit of the Underground Hospital.

They also met many Israeli companies namely MedaSense, Realview imaging,  OHK Medical Devices, MedicVision Imaging Solutions, Escape Rescue systems, Medigus, ITIGI Medical, HipHope Technologies, Meditrac, OrthoFlex etc. The delegates visited the facilities of SHL, iMD-Soft, Leuko dx , Spectral Imaging and Magen David Adom (Israeli EMS) in Jerusalem.

On special request a Lecture on Patient Safety and Quality Assurance and Anti-microbial Resistance Program was arranged in Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center. The delegates were welcomed by Dr. Asher Salmon, Deputy Director, Hadassah and Prof. Allon Moses, Director, Dept. of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases. The guest had the tour of the Trauma Unit and the underground ORS.

We, in Commercial department in Israel Embassy, see great potential in India’s healthcare sector. Our goal is to bridge between the growing infrastructure and services requirements in India and the unique technology Israelis can bring here. Many Israeli companies are keen to be part of the rapidly developing Indian healthcare system that is striving to provide the best medical procedures and services to the Indian public.

For more information please contact:

Tejinder Singh

Sr. Consultant

Israel Trade Promotion Center

Embassy of Israel

New Delhi

Tel: +91-11-45534657

M: +91-9910304657