When emergencies occur, rapid medical treatment increases chances of survival exponentially. Using specially equipped motorcycle ambulances, United Hatzalah’s network of more than 3,200 volunteer medics help save thousands of lives each year across Israel by providing medical treatment in an average response time of 3 minutes or less. Our humanitarian services are free, universal and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.


Bus Door Crushes Older Woman

A United Hatzalah volunteer EMT was riding his ambucycle nearby when he got the urgent call for help. Despite the standstill traffic, he was able to navigate the busy streets with his ambucycle and arrived at the location in sixty seconds.

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Christians United For Israel Learns How Lifesaving Is Uniting the People of Israel

Christians United for Israel (CUFI) visited the headquarters of United Hatzalah (UH) in Jerusalem to learn about Hatzlahs lifesaving, all-volunteer, emergency medical services (EMS) model, and to see firsthand how the Hatzalah model is uniting the peoples of Israel in the joint cause of saving lives.

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"The unique lifesaving and peace building principles of United Hatzalah discussed by Menendez and Friedman during confirmation speech"

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