If you have a reason to say thank you EMS, then you’ve probably had a close encounter with an EMS professional. If so, you were probably in the middle of an emergency and beyond grateful that they were there to save you. As with other first responders, when you need Emergency Medical Services (EMS), you really need EMS. It’s often a matter of life and death. Here we offer a little insight to the different EMS professions, the special observances in their honor, and some suggestions on how to offer our gratitude and show our appreciation.
Ezras Nashim provides emergency medical care for the Orthodox Jewish community, with a crew of women EMTs, so that women can focus on their health without worrying about their modesty or dignity. In March 2022, the Homes for Heroes Foundation presented a $10,000 grant to the Ezras Nashim. This grant is part of the Homes for Heroes Foundation’s circle of giving, providing assistance for heroes in dire need across the country.