When emergencies occur, rapid medical treatment increases chances of survival exponentially. Using specially equipped motorcycle ambulances, United Hatzalah’s network of more than 2,500 volunteer medics help save thousands of lives each year across Israel by providing medical treatment in three minutes or less. Our humanitarian services are free, universal and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Going above and beyond the call of duty

It was a horrific accident involving a school bus and private vehicle outside Kfar Adumim. As soon as they got the call that day in 2013, United Hatzalah volunteer medics raced to the scene and did the best that they could to treat the then 15 year-old Roi. While the rescuers were successful in saving Roi’s life, Roi’s injuries left him paralyzed from the waist down.

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Saving a Life - Saving a Family

Today was the yearly emotional reunion for United Hatzalah CEO Moshe Teitelbaum and Harel Insurance Analyst Shai Summer at the 4thannual United Hatzalah health screening fair sponsored by Harel.

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Fighting for a Breath

"Just a few months ago my daughter suffered a serious spinal injury and was saved by United Hatzalah's medics. Yesterday I watched her happily dancing at her wedding. Thank you, United Hatzalah!"
 
 
- Daniel K., father of accident victim Read our success stories »
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