Israel's health care system provides universal access to quality medical care for all its citizens. Services are provided by the four major health funds, which are publicly funded and operate in an environment of competition. The health funds are responsible for providing medical services and benefits such as primary care, hospital care, maternity care, prescription drugs, dental care, and home nursing care. The health funds also provide preventive health services such as immunization and screening, as well as health promotion programs. Patients can choose their own health fund, and the funds are accountable to the government for the services they provide. The government also provides financial support for health services through subsidies, grants, and other forms of support. Overall, the health care system in Israel is comprehensive and provides quality care for all citizens.