Hadassah Medical Center is an ever-expanding university hospital on a hill in the forested Jerusalem Hills.
Like a small city almost.
They must have known I needed a bridge for Louis la Vache's Sunday Bridges, because they started building this new bridge.
It begins in the new Tower parking facility, which has room for 1000 cars and is only one of many parking buildings and lots. Shuttle buses circle the campus, ferrying people from their cars to the buildings.
The bridge goes over to the still under construction 19-storey Hospital Tower which is being built to house 500 beds, 60 intenseive care beds, and 20 operating rooms.
The one little single-lane road that goes through the campus is hardly wide enough for buses, ambulances, construction vehicles, cars, pedestrians, baby strollers, and wheelchairs.
You take your life into your hands when you have to walk along that road.
So the new bridge is a welcome way to cross over.