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.
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.
Believe it or not, there are non-resident American citizens who are prepared to renounce their citizenship.
Currently, there is a worldwide shortage of EpiPens, which is affecting individuals who have severe allergies that can cause anaphylactic reactions.
“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."
"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.
One extraordinary organization, United Hatzalah, has leveraged technology and some 5,000 people to save an awe-inspiring number of lives – Jewish, Christian and Muslim, Israeli and Palestinian.
The five people set sail from the shore at around 15:00 Sunday afternoon and when they had not returned by 21:00 a report was sent to police.
Emergency response teams fighting in court over who should treat the injured and sick.
ALMOST EVERY major business enterprise in Israel adopts at least one charitable cause.