When a young paramedic in Tel Aviv was called to the scene of an accident in which a young man had fallen to the ground, he did not know whether to get the help he needed or to try to take him to a hospital.
But the decision to give the young man medical assistance was not his alone.
As a paramedic, he had seen countless incidents involving injured people.
He was the first person he saw at a scene and knew the exact location of the person he was treating.
The first step he took was to get an ambulance and immediately get medical help for the injured person.
This is when he realized the real problem: his job requires him to go to a place where there is a shortage of ambulances.
In the end, he was able to get help from the ambulance service.
In a country where ambulances are very expensive and there is no room for them, paramedics are very rare.
This leads to the need for specialized training and expertise.
As an ambulance driver, you work in pairs, taking the responsibility of a patient.
Your job is to make sure the patient receives proper medical attention, is transported quickly, and is well cared for.
The paramedic’s job is also very different from the first paramedic.
There are many paramedics who do not have the same training and skills as the paramedic that comes to the accident scene.
According to an Israeli paramedic association, this is because the paramedics are not trained in emergency medicine and do not know how to deal with patients who are not injured.
According to one study, paramedic training in Israel is not even the highest among industrialized countries.
In the United States, paramedics receive only a passing grade on their final exam, but they are required to pass the Advanced Emergency Medical Training (AEMT) exam.
The AEMT is a standardized exam that is taught in a special setting in an accredited medical school.
In Israel, AEMTs are not required to complete the examination.
Instead, they take the exam to pass their final medical certificate.
This requirement to take the AEM test may be a deterrent to many paramedics, as they feel they will not get the experience needed to get qualified in Israel.
However, the Israeli paramedical association said that there are more than 5,000 paramedics in Israel, and the majority of them are from the paramedical training programs in Israel and abroad.
In addition, many paramedics are trained at specialized medical schools in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, the Netherlands, Australia, and Singapore.
There is a need for paramedics from abroad to fill the gap that has been created due to the lack of specialists.
Many paramedics from overseas do not get enough training to get good paramedic jobs in Israel as they are not able to handle the patients they deal with.
This leaves many paramedics without the skills to properly handle the injured patients.
This is what the Israeli paramedics’ association wants to change.
In recent years, there have been a number of studies and reports that point to a shortage in paramedic education in Israel because the country does not have enough paramedic trainers.
In fact, the paramedIC Association said that only around 30% of the paramediologists in Israel are from abroad.
There is no doubt that Israel has some of the most advanced medical training in the world.
However the problem is that the training is not sufficient.
There are many reasons for this.
The country is a small country.
Israel has more than 70,000 square kilometers (35,000 sq miles) of land, and its population is only about 13 million.
There were some 1.3 million medical professionals working in Israel at the beginning of the 1990s.
However by the end of the 2000s, the number of medical professionals in Israel dropped by almost 20%.
This lack of medical specialists in Israel has contributed to a significant decrease in the number and severity of accidents.
In 2015, there were 1,919 fatal accidents involving injuries involving 20 or more people.
There was an additional 1,566 accidents involving 20 to 25 people.
In addition, there was 1,818 accidents involving people under the age of 50.
In an attempt to address this problem, the Ministry of Health in Israel set up a national paramedic program in 2015 to train more medical professionals and provide them with more experience in the field.
This program is designed to give paramedics a more realistic view of the world and the job.
Accordingly, the National Program in the Medical Profession was launched in October 2017, and by June 2018, it was a success.
The program has trained around 10,000 people in various capacities.
According a report by the National Bureau of Statistics, a total of 1,700 new medical practitioners have entered the profession since the program started in 2015.
The new medical professionals are mostly specialists who are trained in trauma medicine.
Some of them, however, have a background in other fields such as orthopedics, trauma surgery, and cardiac surgery.
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