Update: Two Israeli Ambulances Continue Life-Saving Work

Update: Two Israeli Ambulances Continue Life-Saving Work

When you are hurt or in need of medical assistance, the piercing wail of a siren can be the most comforting sound in the world. It means that help is coming and you are not alone. Two ambulances donated by The Joshua Fund continue to bring that life-affirming, expert medical care to injured Israelis, and to assist in this vital work which includes emergency medical, disaster relief, and blood bank services.

 Magen David Adom (MDA) provides a rapid and skilled emergency medical response to Israel’s 8.3 million people each year.  This work is not a government funded effort but relies on donors to ensure dispatch centers are equipped with the latest communications technology, ambulances are stocked with cutting-edge, lifesaving equipment and paramedics have the most up-to-date training.

“We are grateful to The Joshua Fund for providing funds that were used to purchase two ambulances that have allowed Magen David Adom to provide care for an even greater number of Israeli citizens experiencing life-threatening situations.” says Jonathan Feldstein, director of Heart to Heart which supports MDA. “The ambulances have seen a particularly high rate of action in a relatively short time.” 

Through your generosity, 16,351 children and adults have received care from these two ambulances as they continue to minister aid and comfort to Jewish and Arab Israelis in any number of life threatening situations. Adult medical emergencies, car accidents, child medical emergencies along with assistance to women in labor are the largest percentage of emergencies in this crucial field.

Thank you for partnering with us in this life-saving work.

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