FAQ’s

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Frequently Asked Questions about Detroit Hatzalah


If one thinks that the situation requires urgent treatment or is life-threatening call Hatzalah. Our members will arrive shortly and direct and assist the situation appropriately. On Shabbos, Hatzalah should only be called for things that reasonably might be life threating.
We have a Rabbinical board and all members must follow the guidelines, whether l’chumra or l’kula. These guidelines will be supervised by R’ Levin, and R’ Irons. All Halachic questions should be directed to info@detroithatzalah.org , and will quickly be answered. Please be aware that the Rabbonim have graciously given their time for Hatzalah and therefore please DO NOT directly approach the Rabbonim with any questions.
We do not transport to the hospital and do not provide any medical care that requires a physician.
No. Currently Hatzalah does not have such a program. However, we hope to begin such a program in the future.
You can contact us using the contact page on this site. Or you can call us at (802) 422-2460 our non-emergency number.
No. Currently Hatzalah does not have such a program. However, we hope to begin such a program in the future. If you are interested in such programming please contact us and let us know.