Rockland Hatzolah Adds 8 New Members, Launches Advanced Training Program

In response to the rapidly expanding communities across the county, Rockland Hatzoloh has introduced eight new members to its team, a move that comes as part of the organization’s ongoing effort to adapt to increasing call volumes, particularly from areas like Stony Point and Montebello.

Additionally, Hatzoloh has simultaneously launched a groundbreaking program aimed at refining the skills and medical assistance repertoire of new observers, familiarizing them with the Hatzoloh system, and addressing the unique needs of the communities they serve.

Rockland Hatzoloh currently operates an impressive fleet of 18 ambulances, staffed by 50 paramedics, 195 EMTs, and 40 dispatchers – a robust infrastructure instrumental to providing timely and effective medical assistance across the county.

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