One of the central Jewish prayers for those who are ill or recovering from illness or accidents is the Mi Sheberakh, whose name is taken from its first two Hebrew words.
With a holistic view of humankind, it prays for physical cure as well as spiritual healing, asking for blessing, compassion, restoration, and strength, within the community of others facing illness as well as all Jews, all human beings.
The prayer for healing in Hebrew transliteration
Mi Shebayrach avoteinu: Avraham, Yitzchak, v'Yaakov, v'imoteinu: Sarah, Rivka, Rachel v'Leah, Hu yivarech virapei et hacholeh/hacholah ____ben/bat ____. HaKadosh Baruch Hu yimalei rachamim alav/aleha, l'hachalimo/l'hachlimah, u-l'rap'oto/u-l'rap'otah, l'hachaziko/l'hachazikah, u-l'chay-oto/u-l'chay-otah. V'yishlach lo/lah bim-hera r'fuah shlemah, r'fu-at hanefesh u-r'fu-at hagoof, b'tokch sh'ar cholei Yisrael v’cholei yoshvei tevel, hashta ba'agalah u-vizman kariv, v'no-mar, Amen!
The prayer for healing in English translation
May the One who blessed our ancestors --Patriarchs Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, Matriarchs Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, and Leah --bless and heal the one who is ill: _____son/daughter of _____ . May the Holy Blessed One overflow with compassion upon him/her, to restore him/her, to heal him/her, to strengthen him/her, to enliven him/her. The One will send him/her, speedily, a complete healing --healing of the soul and healing of the body -- along with all the ill, among the people of Israel and all humankind, soon, speedily, without delay, and let us all say: Amen!