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In Melbourne Shabbat begins Fri 29 Sep 2017 06:03 PM and ends Sat 23 Sep 2017 06:58 PM

Beit Rafael bikkur cholim HOME available

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כ"ז אדר ה' אלפים תשע"ב

New Service on Offer

Royal Children's Hospital Accommodation

Beit Rafael Bikur Cholim

A bikur cholim home is now available in North Melbourne to assist Jewish parents who have children receiving treatment at the Royal Children's Hospital. Beit Rafael Bikur Cholim is a non profit organisation dedicated to easing the physical and emotional challenges endured by parents whilst their child is hospitalised. 

Established in 2011, by Shimon and Adina Allen, Beit Rafael offers a quiet place where family members can relax and recover their emotions in a private setting, by providing accommodation, at no charge, directly across the road from the hospital.  

A fully furnished and serviced, two bedroom apartment will be at your disposal to enable you to be close to your child, and will remove the need for you to commute back and forth to your home. A pantry stocked with kosher non perishables and a freezer containing kosher meals will be in the apartment.

The challenges of remaining with your hospitalised child during the week and over Shabbat and Yom Tov will be minimised.

Beit Rafael will be available to all members of the Jewish community, and parents will be welcome to stay at Beit Rafael for the duration of the child's treatment, at any given day or time. When a child is hospitalised their greatest comfort is the presence of family.

It is suggested you enter the telephone number for Beit Rafael in to your telephone - emergencies do not give us warning. 

Beit Rafael appreciates and respects your need for privacy and confidentiality is assured.

Please call the number below to verify availability and to arrange access to this apartment. You will be given the address and security code to enter the Beit Rafael apartment.

Telephone:  0421 408 522

On Shabbat  or Yom Tov please call:  0421 327 859


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