When Should I Call Hatzolah?
Hatzolah should be called for any medical emergency, 24/7/365, including Shabbos, Yom Tov and Yom Kippur. If you are unsure that Hatzolah should be called, make the call.

Some examples of medical emergencies that Hatzolah should be called immediately:

Abdominal Pain Faintings
Allergic Reactions Fires
Any Loss of Consciousness Missing Persons
Any Danger to Limb or Life OB/GYN Emergencies
Burns Poisonings
Car Accidents Seizures
Cardiac Emergencies Slips and Falls
Chokings Splinting or Bandaging Injuries
Diabetic Emergencies Strokes
Difficulty Breathing Trauma with Serious Injuries


Remember, if you are unsure, make the call.

During an emergency, and especially on Shabbos, some people have a tendency to search for a Hatzolah member they are familiar with by going to their home, shul, or calling them on the phone. This can result in significant delays in obtaining help and is strongly discouraged. Calling the Hatzolah emergency number is the most reliable way to obtain help quickly.
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