Tag Archives: Ambulance

United Hatzalah EMT Saves a Life With Local EMS Crew While Lecturing in Wyoming

Gavy Friedson, a former Jerusalemite and a United Hatzalah volunteer EMT, saved a young boy in Jackson Hole, Wyoming while he was on tour explaining how the organization works to local EMS teams. During the lecture to the Jackson Hole … Continue reading

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Patient Awaiting Liver Transplant Patient Transported by New ICU Ambulance to Son’s Wedding for Free

A man awaiting a liver transplant in Hadassah Ein Kerem hospital in Jerusalem wished to attend the wedding of his son which was scheduled to take place in Bnei Brak some 70 kilometers away. The drive which usually takes over … Continue reading

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Turning Terror into Acts of Loving-kindness

Family of Terror Victim Sued Iran Dedicates Ambulance in Honor of Fallen Loved One 14 years ago, on June 11th, 2003, Alan Beer and 16 other people were murdered by a terrorist who blew himself up on the 14a bus … Continue reading

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United Hatzalah Inaugurates New Ambulance for Psychotrauma Unit and Central Jerusalem

On Friday morning, at the Wolfson buildings on Diskin Street,  United Hatzalah inaugurated a new ambulance. “The new ambulance will be a dual purpose ambulance,” said Miriam Ballin, Director of the organization’s Psychotrauma and Crisis Response Unit. “The ambulance will … Continue reading

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The Star of Life and the Orange Star of David: A Shining Symbol of What it Means to be First Responders in Israel

In an effort to raise awareness and create a stronger visual presence in the community, United Hatzalah has rebranded its vehicles and uniforms utilizing a new logo and embracing the color orange which has been widely understood as representing the … Continue reading

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MDA And UH Volunteers Show Literal Brotherhood In EMS Response

Over the past few months tensions have been on the rise between EMS organizations United Hatzalah and Magen David Adom (MDA), with matters most recently being brought to the Knesset floor for arbitration, it’s hard to see clearly what really … Continue reading

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Community Responders Save Woman Long Before Ambulances Arrive

Last Thursday evening while traveling on Highway One near the Ein Hemed interchange, Davidi Dahan and Moshe Feuer received an emergency alert from United Hatzalah’s dispatch and command center notifying them that there was a case of extreme exhaustion and … Continue reading

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