Helping pre-health students
build their career

because community is the best medicine!

Welcome to jHealth

Olami’s Pre-Health society is for aspiring Jewish healthcare professionals. We help Jewish undergraduate college students across all health fields access amazing career-building opportunities and ethical guidance so you can stand out in the health and medical field.

We Strive To Provide You The Best Medical And General Practice support

Research and leadership opportunities

mentorship opportunities

guest speaker every MONTH


Global networking with fellow Jewish pre-med students

Build your resume to take your career to the next level

JHealth is proud to have chapters across the USA

Work experience & Internship Opportunities

8-Week Internship In Israel

This is an amazing opportunity to spend the summer in Israel working at the Technion American Israeli medical school with international students. Places are limited so find out more below…..

research opportunity

The Israeli Ministry of Health has launched a global Research Project for Jewish Pre-med students. Join them on a campaign to educate people about the importance of vaccines.

meet our Distinguished Members of the Board

Learn from the world’s leading Jewish medical and healthcare practitioners about how to best launch your career, how to infuse Jewish values into your workplace and so much more.

So far I have not only learned valuable insights from profound individuals, but I have also acquired a contact that has agreed to assist me with creating a research topic.

To be the best, learn from the best

Learn from the world’s leading Jewish medical and healthcare practitioners about how to best launch your career, how to infuse Jewish values into your workplace and so much more.


JHealth is a national society designed for Jewish undergraduates to build their pre-professional, learn from experienced Jewish personnel in various health fields, and synthesize their professional aspirations with Jewish values.

Any Jewish undergraduate enrolled at a North American (U.S. or) college or university with a goal of working in the health sciences.

Students studying toward an eventual goal of practicing medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, nutrition, veterinary, public health, OT/PT/SLP, mental health/psychology, or other related fields qualify for JHealth.

No. JHealth is open to Jewish students regardless of education level, affiliation, beliefs or other distinctions. If you are open to Jewish experience and interested in a high-level pre-professional peer network, JHealth is relevant to you.

We will be offering a wide array of benefits to members, including:

Regular content posted on our private LinkedIn platform

Monthly online talks from leading experts in various health fields;

Smaller local events through your college or university chapter; 

Access to mentorship; premium internships in Israel and the United States; 

Certifications in Jewish Medical Ethics and other resume-building educational offerings; 

Exclusive research projects, and publishing outlets; letters of recommendation; 

Leadership opportunities; and more! 

Please note: Some of these are open to all members upon acceptance, while others may be contingent upon level of engagement, and subject to further application processes over time.

The initial commitment is modest. Members are expected, whenever possible, to attend their local chapter events on a regular basis. 

We also hope that you will sign on to the national speakers on a monthly basis. 

Content is posted regularly to LinkedIn (in a private group), and we expect that members will consume this material regularly.

Several times per year we will offer active members an opportunity to “Level Up,” which involves an additional application and the completion of a certification in Jewish Medical Ethics that we will offer. 

Once a member has “Leveled Up,” they gain access to an additional suite of premium benefits, many of which are listed above. 

Naturally, this deeper engagement and level of benefit requires additional time investment.

Please e-mail Miki Crouse: with any additional questions about JHealth or your specific application.

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Miki Crouse

Rabbi Tzvi Wilbur, M.D., FAAP

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All content is theoretical and none of this should be taken as medical advice and for medical assistance they should speak to their medical provider.

Jonathan Noury

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Dr. Jonathan Noury is a physical therapist at NYU Langone Health. He specializes in pelvic floor dysfunctions, pain, and cancer-related side-effects of treatment and disuse.

Tzvi Wilbur

Pediatric Cardiology

works in Israel as a general pediatrician in addition to being a trained mohel and sofer, volunteering for Zaka search and rescue and promoting Jewish medical ethics in various director positions at both the Sackler and Technion American Medical School Programs.

Before moving to Israel, Dr. Wilbur completed a pediatric residency at Maimonides Medical Center and a fellowship at Cohen’s Medical Center in Clinical Pediatric Hematology-Oncology. He completed his smicha at YU RIETS.

Lizzie Rubin

Individual, Couples and Sex Therapist

Ms. Lizzie Rubin has a master’s degree in clinical sociology. She is a family therapist and a sex therapist in private practice treating individuals and couples.

Lizzie’s experience includes working in a domestic violence clinic for 3 years and lecturing on mental health issues.

Mariel Goldstein


Ms. Mariel Goldstein is a pediatric nurse at Baltimore’s Sinai Hospital and at Camp Simcha, a summer escape for Jewish children suffering from cancer and chronic illnesses.

She also creates women’s programming for MEOR (a Jewish learning program at the University of Maryland, College Park) and has lectured for many Jewish education initiatives.

Tod Rothschild


Dr. Tod Rothschild, M.D., is the Associate Director of Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency in Queens, NY.

He has been in practice for more than 20 years and lectures on topics such as prenatal genetics and the diagnosis of genetic disorders. 

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Eddie Reichman

Rabbi Dr.

Is a Professor of Emergency Medicine and a Professor of Education and Bioethics at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He received his rabbinic ordination from YU RIETS and writes and lectures widely in the field of Jewish medical ethics.

He is a member of both the board of the Halakhic Organ Donor Society and the Institute for Genetics and Public Policy. 

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If you are a Jewish Pre-med college student looking to boost your career- we invite you to join us.