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Claims Conference, Hatzalah to vaccinate house-bound Holocaust survivors

Those making use of the service will be taken from their homes to the centers and back home again once they have been vaccinated.

Beit Shemesh senior citizens receive blankets, warm clothing for Hannukah

The winter packages consisted of a warm blanket, emergency lights, a quilt, a portable heater, warm sheets, and a Hanukkah gift package consisting of a menorah and candles.

Two infants die after being forgotten in locked cars, we need a solution

Figures published by B’Terem (Safe Kids Israel), a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting child safety, report 30 fatal cases of children being left in vehicles between 2008 and 2018.

United Hatzalah founder Eli Beer bounces back from COVID-19

When Eli Beer, founder and president of United Hatzalah, returned to Israel from Miami on April 21 following his recovery from COVID-19, he was given a hero’s welcome at Ben-Gurion Airport.


United Hatzalah to stream free Jerusalem Day concert Thursday

The event, which marks the Hebrew date of the reunification of Israel’s capital in 1967, is the second major event that the organization has hosted via live stream in the month of May.

Magen David Adom

A U.S.-Style 911 System in Israel is Not the Answer

Because MDA has its own system, they’ve been able to design it to meet their specific needs – or, more importantly, the emergency medical needs of the Israeli people.


Two dozen newly trained EMTS hit the streets in Beit Shemesh, filling gap

Schneider [trained EMT] is glad he is no longer the only EMT in his local synagogue. The closest Hatzalah member used to be 10 minutes from my house,” he said.


EMTs in Israel In Need of Lifesaving EpiPens Following Worldwide Shortage

Currently, there is a worldwide shortage of EpiPens, which is affecting individuals who have severe allergies that can cause anaphylactic reactions.

The Medical gear and box found a few streets away from Reich’s home

Hatzalah Netanya hit by vandalism and theft

“I came downstairs in the morning to take my bicycle out of the shed, and was surprised and dismayed to see that the bicycle was gone."

A UNITED HATZALAH ambucycle is seen with Jerusalem in the background

Muslim paramedic recalls at Jewish wedding how he saved bride from death

"When I arrived there after two minutes, the doctor told me 'this injured girl, don't touch her. I have already declared her dead. Let's treat the driver,'" Kabha recalled through the microphone.

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