Our Volunteers Need Your Help To Stay Safe

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[…]


What’s HBS up to?

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?[…]

The Extra Mile

HBS: Going the extra mile. A recent story.

From the HBS special files: Yesterday, we responded to a call where a child fell off his bike and suffered a facial trauma. Unfortunately, this child lost a tooth. When someone loses a tooth, it’s imperative to get the tooth back into the mouth as quickly as possible, if the tooth is still intact. This Read more about HBS: Going the extra mile. A recent story.[…]