Volunteer and Bring Help to Those Closest to You
Volunteers are what make Hatzalah so valuable. Having more trained responders spread throughout the community means that trained medical help can get where it needs to be even faster. Join us and see for yourself what a difference every Hatzalah member makes.
FAQ’s for Responders
Everything is in the application.
At this time Hatzalah training is being scheduled for some in June or July of 2022.
Some time in June or July of 2022. For any information about forthcoming training please email: [email protected]
Yes, for insurance purposes. If you have a bad driving record, you will not be able to be a responder
No, but you will need a cell phone
Our Shabbos and Yom Tov policy will be set by the Rabbinical board
There are no set hours. Being a Hatzalah member is a commitment to help save lives. However, in the application you will indicate when and where you are available and we will keep in mind the hours that you are more readily available.
Being a Hatzalah volunteer involves significant training costs to the organization and we are asking the volunteer for $500 to help defray the cost of training and equipment (which are both significantly more expensive). If this is a problem, contact us and we’ll see what we can do.
No experience is necessary. Training will be provided. The training to become a certified EMT is around 192 hours of class time and 32 hours of clinical time (hospital and ambulance ride-along rotation.)