Although seriously wounded during a terrorist shooting attack that occurred near the entrance to the City of David National Park in Jerusalem, MAGEN DAVID ADOM volunteer Nadav Wineberg, who is also an IDF officer, returned fire and managed to neutralize the terrorist despite his injuries.
Unfortunately, ambulances and other emergency vehicles in Israel are viewed as military like “targets of opportunity” by terrorists who open fire on passing ambulances. So, these four new MICUs have been bulletproofed to allow medical teams to safely work at scenes in high-risk areas and will protect the patients and MAGEN DAVID ADOM teams under fire.
Hagar Cain, 37, was home alone when she began to suffer from an acute and life-threatening asthma attack.
A few weeks ago, a 45-year-old man in Israel went into cardiac arrest while visiting an art gallery in Bnei Brak and then he died — twice.
Naor Ben-Ezra was riding his bike in Jerusalem when he nearly joined the ranks of past victims killed in terrorist attacks.
Israel’s national Red Cross organization, MAGEN DAVID ADOM, has created a revolutionary emergency dispatch system, one that instantly — and automatically — dispatches all the relevant resources to an emergency scene and that even can predict when and where the next emergency will take place.
In his heart, the paramedic fought back the unthinkable: “He’s not going to survive …”
New York (January 30, 2023) — American Friends of Magen David Adom (AFMDA) has announced that Dave Dias, a founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Foundations of Freedom, has been named to the organization’s board of directors.
PITTSBURGH – It’s been six years since Jeff and Arlene Berg of Pittsburgh first committed to raise funds for an ambulance for Israel. But now, it’s time for a celebration.
UMAN, UKRAINE – The Russian invasion of Ukraine has been a stark reminder that even a peace as enduring as the one established in Europe after World War II can be broken.