Post Tagged with: "Hatzalah"

From left: Ezras Nashim Director Rachel Freier, Ezras Nashim Director of Operations (and labor coach) Yitty Mandel, and Bramson ORT student Kristina Dubinskaya. (Photos courtesy of Rachel Freier via The Tablet)

All-Female EMT Teams for Boro Park

Brooklyn, Health, In the News, Jewish May 29, 2014 at 5:03 pm

A 20-member team of Orthodox Jewish female EMTs will soon be available to women in the community in order to follow customs of modesty and gender separation, Tablet reports.

Women paramedics will start their own volunteer ambulance corps to tend to Orthodox women patients.

Update: Orthodox Women EMTs to Start Their Own Ambulance Corps

Brooklyn, Health February 22, 2012 at 3:37 pm

After their efforts to join Brooklyn’s all-male Orthodox Hatzalah ambulance corps were thwarted, a group of women emergency medical technicians will start their own volunteer ambulance corps, to be called Ezras Nashim.

Yocheved Lerner-Miller and other women seek to join the Hatzalah ambulance service.

Orthodox women seek role as EMTs

Brooklyn, Culture December 2, 2011 at 4:56 pm

A group of Orthodox Jewish women is agitating to join the ranks of the Brooklyn branch of the Hatzalah, the volunteer ambulance corps born in the Hasidic neighborhoods of the borough that has grown to a worldwide organization.