Tag Archives: Eli Pollack

A Jerusalem First Responder Gets A Taste of Sderot During A Rocket Attack

 My name is Eli Pollack and in addition to being the CEO of United Hatzalah, I am also a volunteer first responder and EMT. On Sunday night, I was visiting the southern town of Netivot to spend time with the … Continue reading

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Israelis Asked to Save Lives While Grocery Shopping

Israel’s largest supermarket chain Shufersal has teamed up with United Hatzalah to help save lives in Israel. The supermarket chain is currently holding a campaign until Saturday night that allows shoppers to add an additional 10 shekels to their shopping … Continue reading

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Petach Tikvah Inaugurates New Life Saving Vehicle

In a moving ceremony, the city’s first mini-lance electric emergency medical services car was inaugurated in Petach Tikvah on Tuesday. The emergency vehicle, which will permanently reside in Petach Tikvah, will be a large addition to the emergency services offered … Continue reading

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United Hatzalah Opens New Chapter In Kiev, Inaugurates Ambulance In Uman

A moving ceremony took place on Sunday night in the central Chabad house of Kiev in Ukraine. 20 new volunteer EMTs graduated from their lengthy training program and will now be joining United Hatzalah’s worldwide network of EMS volunteers. The … 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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Taking Pride in My EMS Family

It’s Sunday night and I am currently on my way back from a very emotional evening. I have tears in my eyes. The evening began at the graduation ceremony of 25 new EMTs who joined the United Hatzalah family in … Continue reading

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