A Volunteer Ambulance Service Saving Lives
The Chevra Hatzolah Volunteer Ambulance Service was co-founded by Shalom Lamm, a real estate developer. After owning many properties, he decided to invest in helping people. The Chevra Hatzolah Volunteer Ambulance Service was founded to help save likes in 1992. With the Jewish community supporting it, this service nearly impacted one hundred thousand people. It included Emergency Medical Technicians, paramedics, first responders, advanced life support providers, and physicians. If a patient or victim is trapped in a car or burning buildings, the fire and police departments are always rushing to assist.
The Chevra Hatzolah Volunteer Ambulance Service has shaped the New York City community and is always looking for ways to improve as an organization. Shalom Lamm has opened the door for many who want to donate or get involved in helping his communities. Chevra is always looking for volunteers who want to process on a local level. If you are interested in helping The Chevra Hatzolah Volunteer Ambulance Service is now located worldwide. That includes; Rockland Country, New York; Kiryas, New York; Elizabeth, New Jersey; Lakewood, New Jersey; and Los Angeles, California. In addition, London, U.K.; Zurich, Switzerland; Melbourne, Australia; Montreal, Canada; and Mexico City, Mexico are all affiliates. With the pandemic having people live in constant fear, it’s important to reach out to local communities. Shalom Lamm has been so supportive of his locals and family. Without him and the help of community volunteers, many wouldn’t have medical help where it’s needed most. For generations to come, The Chevra Hatzolah Volunteer Ambulance Service will thank him for the contributions he’s made.