some_text

About Hatzolah

of Los Angeles

Hatzolah of Los Angeles established in 2001 is an IRS 501(c)3 Non-Profit corporation with elected officers and a board of directors, incorporated in the state of California. Our primary goal is to provide trained volunteers capable of responding to all emergency situations in the communities we serve, with the training, skill and equipment necessary to provide competent medical & emergency care. With the support and endorsement of our local community leaders and the local EMS providers, to date close to 100 Hatzolah volunteers have been trained by the School of EMT and certified by Los Angeles County EMS Agency as Emergency Medical Technicians.

Hatzolah’s members are all linked to a dispatch center via a sophisticated communication system and ready to respond to all medical emergency 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Additionally, Hatzolah has a Medical Advisory Board, consisting of distinguished physicians (M.D.) within the community, with whom Hatzolah regularly consults.

Read More

Support

Hatzolah

faq’s

Q: What does Hatzolah mean ( in English)?

A: The word “Hatzolah” ( not to be confused with the Arabic word Hezbolah) comes from biblical Hebrew root meaning “to Rescue” The rescue, or emergency response,

Read More

news

Hatzolah Finds Missing Woman in Critical Condition

REDONDO BEACH – For the second time this week, the Hatzolah of Los Angeles volunteer Emergency Medical Service.

Read More

Hatzolah Member Finds Missing Hiker’s Car

Members of Hatzolah of Los Angeles, a community-based volunteer Emergency Medical Service, were called to search.

Read More