“To save one life is to save the world entire” – Talmud
The Jewish Health Organization (JHO) is an alliance of compassionate medical professionals dedicated to ensuring access to exceptional medical care for children and adults worldwide who are facing life-threatening illness.
How we can help
Second opinions and expert referrals
JHO opens doors at the most renowned of hospitals. With expert physicians from coast to coast, we provide access to the best diagnostic and therapeutic expertise.
Patient advocacy and family support
JHO is there in the dark when individuals face logistically complex circumstances. We provide patient advocacy with the care team, always acting in the best interest of the patient
Captive Insurance Fund
JHO’s financial resources enable families to immediately access care while insurance coverage is established. We will not allow financial barriers to slow access to critical diagnosis or treatment.
If you or a loved one is in a life or death situation when every minute counts, JHO has the logistical resources to get you to a hospital urgently and at no cost.
JHO’s Harmony Homes are located near many of the leading hospitals in the United States. We create a supportive environment that is comforting, inclusive, and loving.
JHO serves as a conduit between patients in need of mental health care and an inspiring community of mental health professionals. With help and love comes hope and healing.
Preventive Health Initiative
JHO brings expert medical care into underserved communities worldwide. We partner with existing healthcare networks and also create new resources to improve access to quality healthcare .
Infertility and reproductive health
JHO has strong relationships with internationally acclaimed experts in the fields of female and male infertility across many medical specialties.
All of our Harmony Homes have a synagogue, library/study and meditation room. Friday night Kabbalat Shabbat services are held at sundown followed by Shabbat dinner. Shabbat morning Shacharit service is held at 9:30 AM followed by Kiddush Luncheon. Daily morning services are at 7:30 AM.