Tag Archives: Support Israel through United Hatzalah

45-Year-Old Man Resuscitated in Mevaseret Zion After Choking on His Food

 Emergency medical personnel from United Hatzalah in Mevaseret were dispatched to a medical emergency on Monday evening that took place in the ‘Maoz Zion’ neighborhood of Mevaseret Zion. The emergency alert went out after a report reached the organization’s dispatch … Continue reading

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Connecting Me To The World – Ten Kavod Kiryat Ata

 Ten Kavod Kiryat Ata – The story of David Hezi and Masaud Turgeman David Hezi is one of the older volunteers with United Hatzalah and is himself a pensioner in his 60s. He has been a volunteer EMT with the … Continue reading

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Highlighting Some of Our Women Physicians on Women Physicians Day

Highlighting Some of Our Women Physicians As part of our Year Of The Volunteer project, we will be highlighting volunteers from across the country who give of themselves and their time to help others each and every day. It is … Continue reading

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My acquaintance with Jenny Rosenstein – By Daniel Yaron

My name is Daniel, 26 years old from Tel Aviv. I am a first-year medical student at Tel Aviv University. In addition, as a participant of the IMPACT! scholarship program for released soldiers, I volunteer in the “Ten Kavod” program … Continue reading

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Treating a Mother And Daughter After A Car Bomb

On Tuesday morning close to 8:00 a.m., a car exploded on Carmel street in Rechovot, seemingly caused by a remotely activated bomb placed intentionally on the vehicle. The explosion sent its two passengers, a 30-year-old pregnant woman, and her one-and-a-half-year-old … Continue reading

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Helping Others With A Smile – Ten Kavod Rishon LeZion

Guy Digmy is a United Hatzalah volunteer from Rishon LeTzion who is not only the deputy chapter head of the region but also the coordinator of the Ten Kavod – Giving Honor project. He spearheads a group of nine Ten … Continue reading

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Volunteer EMT Donates Ambulance Then Performs Successful CPR During Vehicle’s First Shift

On Sunday afternoon at around 12:30 p.m., United Hatzalah volunteer EMTs, Kenneth Staub and Yossi Horovitz were driving the newly donated ambulance #63 on its first shift in the city of Beitar Illit. Suddenly, they were notified of an emergency … Continue reading

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Blessing the New Year For Trees And Celebrating Lives Saved By Our EMT Farmers

As part of our Year Of The Volunteer project, we will be highlighting volunteers from across the country who give of themselves and their time to help others each and every day. It is time to recognize these heroes for … Continue reading

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Thankful For Those Who Care – Ten Kavod In Beit Shemesh

Shoshana Lichtman lives in the Givat Sharet neighborhood of Beit Shemesh and is a nurse by profession as well as a United Hatzalah volunteer EMT. She is married with eight children and a bunch of grandchildren.  She works for Melabev … Continue reading

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Dissipating Loneliness in the Golan Heights – Ten Kavod Spotlight Week #1

The Story of United Hatzalah of Israel’s Ten Kavod project is the story of connections. Often these connections are inter-generational, wherein young volunteers, some of whom are fully trained EMTs (emergency medical technicians- 180 hours) and paramedics, while others are … Continue reading

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