The Florida Department of Health has issued an operating license to Hatzalah South Florida (HSF) for Palm Beach County. This is a timely accomplishment for HSF, as it seeks to expand its lifesaving services into Palm Beach County. The approval expands HSF’s previous license to operate in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties
This development brings HSF one step closer towards its planned upcoming expansion of service to the Boca Raton community. HSF is now in the final stages of certifying a team of First Responders in Boca, while also establishing a unified communications network spanning across South Florida; from Miami Beach to Boca Raton. HSF is now in its 13th year of operation with emergency services provided to the communities of Miami Beach, Surfside, Bal Harbour, Bay Harbour, Sunny Isles Beach, North Miami Beach, Sky Lake, Highland Lakes, Aventura, Hallandale, Hollywood, and Lauderhill. The launch of services to the Boca Raton community is anticipated to be announced very shortly; this exciting expansion will unite ALL communities serviced under one experienced umbrella of Hatzalah South Florida, with one phone number, one radio communication system and dispatch.
Hatzalah is looking to expand its membership roster in Boca, especially from those who may have previous medical experience. Interested applicants should email [email protected] or click here https://hsfems.org/join/
An urgent reminder that until HSF announces that it is LIVE in Boca Raton, it is critical that anyone requiring medical assistance call 911, and only 911, to avoid the slightest possibility of delay in patient care.
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And yet, the NY Hatzolah mob continues to fight them!!!!?!?!
Huh? Yeshiva World published an article just a few weeks ago declaring Palm Beach Hatzalah an organization operating in just a couple of housing developments and without the license to transport patients.
So which is it?
This is not the Florida Hatzalah that NY is fighting against. Hatzalah of South Florida is the original Hatzalah and works well with NY.