Your support of Magen David Adom is helping save lives, not just in Israel, but around the world — almost everywhere there is a local Hatzalah ambulance team.
In fact, starting yesterday, MDA began a four-day international conference of Hatzalah organizations, the first international gathering of its kind.
More than 150 Hatzalah EMTs from U.S., Canada, Britain, Australia, Argentina, and South Africa are training with Israel’s world-renowned paramedics and taking part in live-action drills designed to teach them how to manage complex medical emergencies.
In addition to its relationship with Hatzalah organizations outside Israel, Magen David Adom also trains and equips 16 of the 17 Hatzalah organizations in Israel and dispatches every emergency medical first responder in the country.
Having an EMS service to which other organizations turn to upgrade their lifesaving skills wouldn’t be possible without the generosity from people like you. Your support helps Magen David Adom to constantly push its paramedics’ skills and increase their readiness for every situation imaginable — so they can help other ambulance teams around the world do the same. ... See MoreSee Less
Magen David Adom, Israel's national EMS organization, is hosting Hatzalah organizations from around the world for a professional conference, strengthening the cooporation between the organizations.
During the conference, currently underway in Israel , the teams will train and practice treating trauma patients, responding to terrorist attacks and more.Mass Casualty Drill with Israel Defense Forces Israel Police - משטרת ישראל Magen David Adom. Simulating two terror attacks witch occurred at the exact location, along with responders from Magen David Adom who where first on scene and walked through the events. A very emotional and difficult process as the reality of the attacks were recreated. Sharing experiences with our brothers enables us to learn from others experiences and prepare for unimaginable situations which we pray will never happen again. ... See MoreSee Less