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Dr. Rami Eitan
Gynecologic cancers · Gynecologic Laparoscopy
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Rabin Medical Center
Jerusalem District, Israel
39 Ze'ev Jabotinsky Street Jerusalem Jerusalem District Israel
Dr. Rami Eitan holds the position of head of the oncogynecological service in the women's department of the Rabin Medical Center, as well as being a teacher at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the Faculty of Medicine of Tel Aviv University (Tel Aviv, Israel). Dr. Rami Eitan studied at the Graduate School of Medicine of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of David Ben-Gurion University (Beer Sheva, Isaril). This was followed by specialization in the Department of Gynecology of the Shaare Zedek Medical Center (Jerusalem, Israel) and advanced training in the direction of gynecology-oncology at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (New York, USA). Dr. Rami Eitan's professional interest lies in the following areas of medicine: minimally invasive surgery in surgical oncology and gynecology, clinical studies in oncology and gynecology, -preservation of fertility in cancer patients, Genetics and cancer The research practice was conducted by Dr. Rami Eitan in the Gynecology-Oncology Division as Principal Clinical Investigator. In addition, Dr. Rami Eitan performed prospective and retrospective studies in the direction of gynecological oncology. Dr. Rami Eitan's clinical experience includes working in: Surgical Department of Gynecology and Oncology "Shaare Zedek" (Jerusalem, Israel), Maccabi Health Fund Women's Health Centre (Modein, Israel), Onco-Genetic Advisory Clinic of the Maccabi Health Insurance Fund (Rishon LeZion) Dr. Rami Eitan is a member of the following organizations: Member of the European Society of Gynecological Oncology since 2005 Member of the Israeli Society of Gynecological Oncology since 2004 Member of the Memorial Society (gynecological oncology); since 2004 Member of the Memorial Society (gynecological oncology); since 1998