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Ambulance

Magen David Adom has a fleet of 875 ambulances stationed at 127 stations across the length and breadth of Israel – from Metulla in the North to Eilat in the South, from inside metropolitan Tel Aviv to the countryside of the Galil, from kibbutzim to isolated border settlements. Magen David Adom UK funded the first ambulance station in Sakhnin, an Israeli-Arab town in the Galil, and is in the process of setting up a new one in Marar, another Israeli-Arab town in the Galil.

Magen David Adom provides an ambulance for every type of medical emergency, including Mobile Intensive Care Unit vehicles for treating heart attacks and serious road traffic accidents and a specialised neo-natal intensive care unit for the transfer of premature high-risk newborn babies. 25 mobile field clinics can be deployed in the event of a major disaster while 27 bloodmobiles collect essential blood supplies from donors across the country.

MDA UK Ambulances in Israel

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