Articles in "United Hatzalah"

‘Grateful to Save a Life’: The Story of a Local Hero

Shlomo Caap, an EMT volunteer at United Hatzalah, became a hero in Beitar Illit Sunday night. He was in the middle of listening to a ...

Israeli Emergency Org Opens First Aid Training Center in Arab City of Kfar Qassem

The Israeli United Hatzalah emergency services organization opened a new regional training and activity center in the Zim Urban Life ...

Israel’s Emergency Services Gear Up for Incoming Storm

Israel's emergency, rescue and medical services are gearing up for the massive winter storm that is expected to hit Israel on Tuesday and ...

Israeli Muslim Medic Helps Jewish Corona Patient Light Holiday Candles

A 90-year-old Charedi (Ultra-Orthodox) woman from Bnei Brak was diagnosed with Coronavirus (COVID-19) on Tuesday, just before the last day ...

Israeli Org Expands Emergency Dispatch Center into Humanitarian Ops Hub

An Israeli emergency medicine organization is adapting to the needs and times of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and has allocated ...

Rescued Boy Lights Chanukah Candles With His Lifesaver

A special candle-lighting ceremony took place at the headquarters of United Hatzalah in Jerusalem on Monday evening, when an 8-year-old boy ...

Israeli Emergency Org Trains Old-Age Caretakers to Save Lives

United Hatzalah, an Israeli emergency organization, has launched a new life-saving project which will train foreign old-age caretakers in ...

Israeli Rabbi Saves Drowning Victim in India

Rabbi Menachem Bakush, a United Hatzalah volunteer EMT, on Tuesday saved the life of a local man in India who drowned in a nearby ...

Israeli Woman Meets First Responders Who Saved Her Life During May Rocket Attack

Allegra Ben Akan, a resident of Kiryat Gat in the south, suffered a full system trauma injury in May when a rocket fired by Hamas ...

Israeli Medics Volunteer to Ensure Safety of Muslims Pilgrims during Ramadan

Israeli medics volunteering with the United Hatzalah emergency medicine organizations have been stationed in recent weeks at vital entry ...