Project Spotlight: Mobile Intensive Care Unit for Galilee

The Fellowship  |  August 3, 2021

Staff of the mobile ICU smiling in front of the dedicated van.
(Photo: Eliran Avital)

A new mobile intensive care unit (MICU) will provide an advanced medical response for the residents of the local council and the surrounding areas. The new vehicle is partly funded by The Fellowship – and it’s equipped to start saving lives!

This is the very first MICU in the area, which will greatly improve the medical response and care for patients. The Fellowship will help finance the operation of the MICU for the next five years.

Writers at Arutz Sheva tell us more:

The new MICU, which will operate seven days a week, was donated by Mounhal Hamoud, a resident of Yarka and owner of the Merkaza chain through MDA Friends Society in Israel and will be jointly funded by Magen David Adom and the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews which for many years has been helping to strengthen the resilience of Magen David Adom for the benefit of the security and health of the residents of the State of Israel by donating ambulances and vehicles for intensive care and donating hundreds of defibrillators deployed in public places and synagogues.

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