PHOTOS: Lakewood Hatzolah modernizes and expands fleet while adding new members

5As the Lakewood and surrounding communities continue to expand, Lakewood Hatzolah is doing the same.

This past week, Lakewood Hatzolah took delivery of a brand new ambulance, sponsored by an anonymous donor. The new ambulance is equipped with the most advanced technology and equipment for the ultimate patient care. The new ambulance will be stationed in the South area of Lakewood.

“The donation of this ambulance will enable Hatzolah to station one of the existing ambulances on the Lakewood/Toms River border to service the expanding southeast section of the town and beyond,” a Hatzolah spokesman told TLS.

This addition to the fleet of ambulances, is the next step in modernizing and expanding the present fleet.

“Hatzolah is still looking to add another two ambulances and a paramedic response vehicle to its present fleet of emergency vehicles,” the spokesman told TLS.

Hatzolah has today also added new members to the team of EMTs to ensure that all areas of the growing community are continuously serviced properly.

Lakewood Hatzolah is currently comprised of 88 members, including a P.A., paramedics and dispatchers.

“On behalf of the community, we wish to express a thank you to the donor who wishes to remain anonymous. May HKB”H bentch his family with loads of brochos and nachas,” Hatzolah said.

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  1. Thank you for stationing one of the existing ambulances on the Lakewood/Toms River border to service the expanding southeast section of the town and beyond. Is any of the new members Toms River residents? Responding to the ambulance can take time. Especially having to cross Rt. 70. Maybe Lakewood Hatzolah should consider taking on members from Toms River.

  2. I spoke with our Police Chaplain regarding starting our own Toms River Hatzolah. He told me he’s working closely with Lakewood Hatzolah to make sure our needs are met.

  3. To #1 and #5 there are members that are already are across rt70 and regarding starting ur own there really is no reason and it will just cause friction let’s have one organization but let’s make sure we have enough members to respond. Hatzolah should be looking for more members on that side of town and should and will need more in the near future.

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