Dov Maisel is a paramedic who lives in Ramle with his wife and children. He serves as the Vice President of Operations for United Hatzalah and has led and participated in numerous international relief missions to date including to Haiti, Nepal, Florida, Texas, and most recently to Moldova and Ukraine.
By Dov Maisel
I’m an Israeli first responder. The Meron disaster taught me the importance of mental health
It’s been a year since one of the most harrowing civilian tragedies ever experienced in Israel — the stampede and subsequent “crush” on Mount Meron that killed 45 people celebrating Lag B’Omer. I was standing near the medical clinic of United Hatzalah on Mount Meron as the crush developed. As people attempted to exit one…
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