Emergency First Response
We provide quick, professional and compassionate first response to any emergency. We currently serve RBS A, G and G2.
Emergency Ambulance transportation
Need an ambulance for an emergency transport? We provide emergency ambulance transportation from Beit Shemesh to the most appropriate medical facility. We currently serve RBS A, G and G2.
The mission of Hatzala Beit Shemesh is to provide compassionate and professional emergency medical response and ambulance transport to residents of Beit Shemesh at no cost to the patient in any circumstance. The purpose is to allow patients the comfort of calling for help without adding additional worry over the prohibitive cost of traditional EMS response and ambulance transport.
We service all residents, visitors, and guests within RBS A, G, G2 and Daled, and we are working with other areas to bring HBS to them!
The HBS Blog
We call it the Shabbos ambulance shuffle. Moving ambulances around so the Shabbos drivers can have them positioned near their homes. It just so happens that the Shabbos shuffle saved a life a few weeks ago. One of our volunteer in RBS Gimmel was preparing to pick up one of ambulances and take it home Read more about When the Shabbos ambulance shuffle helped save a life[…]
How do we ensure our drivers are ready to hit the road?
Summer is here, and for most of us pet owners, that means time to go out and explore the wonderful outdoors! Even though we are still in the middle of a pandemic doesn’t mean that our dogs have to stay cooped up in the house, right? Summer also brings on many safety risks for our Read more about The Top 5 Safety Tips For Keeping Your Dog Cool This Summer[…]
Your dog does not feel the heat as you do. His body is designed to conserve heat. A dog’s sweat glands are located on the pads of his feet and nose, and they are inadequate for cooling your dog’s total body mass on hot days. The only innate cooling mechanism your dog has is panting. Read more about Summer Safety Tips – Dogs[…]
One of the most important things we all need to know is car safety. Every summer our call center alone gets calls to come to save children or pets that have been left in a car. This is a very severe issue. You know parked cars get hot, but what you might not realize is Read more about Summer Saftey Tips – Cars[…]
Welcome to the HBS Blog. We’ve been doing this EMS thing for quite a while, and we have lots to share! Of course, we don’t share things like pictures and specific call information, but we can share life inside HBS, some of our new initiatives, safety tips, and we can also introduce you to some Read more about Welcome to the HBS Blog![…]
We are in the middle of the coronavirus. That means that emergency medical services in Ramat Beit Shemesh are overwhelmed. Hatzala Beit Shemesh is helping by not getting involved. That’s right. We’re not getting involved in Coronavirus response. What we are doing is lessening the stress on EMS by covering other emergencies. That means we’re still responding to helping people who Read more about Our Volunteers Need Your Help To Stay Safe[…]
Lavey Freedman typically responds to call when most people are in their beds. Lavey was recently honored at a tekes organized by the city for his hard work.
Not a moment to lose… a crazy Hashgacha pratis story.
Your local Hatzala EMS organization has been working hard for our community with #lifecaring care! Over Shabbos, we responded to a significant number of calls that came into our hotline. A number of those calls were extremely serious and complex. Many thanks to מגן דוד אדום – Magen David Adom, our local doctors, and our local paramedics for Read more about What’s HBS up to?[…]