But there will be more meetings with specialists from long-term care facilities to discuss Sharon's care, spokeswoman Yael Bossem-Levy said.
Sharon, who has been in a coma since suffering a stroke on Jan. 4, remained in critical but stable condition, Bossem-Levy added.
Two intensive care specialists from Loewenstein Hospital Rehabilitation Center participated in Wednesday's meeting with Sharon's doctors, Bossem-Levy said.
Although Sharon has responded to pain stimulus, he has shown no signs of waking up, even after being taken off sedatives more than a week ago.
The Israeli daily Haaretz quoted experts describing Sharon's condition as a vegetative state, saying he could still wake up, but it might take weeks or months. Hospital officials declined to comment on the report.