Title: Vice President of Operations
Company: United Hatzalah
Location: New York, New York, United States
Dov Maisel, Vice President of Operations at United Hatzalah, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in emergency medical services and non-profit administration.
Co-founded by Mr. Maisel in 2006, United Hatzalah is a volunteer-based emergency medical services organization which boasts more than 6,000 paramedics, emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and doctors. When Mr. Maisel was a young boy, he witnessed a young girl die in a bus accident, and resolved to dedicate himself to minimizing helplessness in the face of tragedy. As an accomplished and experienced emergency medical worker he holds myriad certifications, including a certification as an EMT, an aeromedical paramedic, a paramedic, an instructor on weapons of mass destruction and toxicological terrorism, and a certification in HAZMAT EMS. Continuing in his dedication to helping his fellow man, since 2001, Mr. Maisel has served as a company commander in the home front command of the Israel Defense Forces.
Mr. Maisel completed coursework in business management from the College of Management Academic Studies in 1997, as well as coursework in software development from The Open University of Israel in 2000. He served as the owner and chief of operations of ISRACARE from 2005 to 2011, and as a partner and the executive director of Chronic Wound Treatment from 2010 to 2013. In 2005, Mr. Maisel invented the Micro Bag Valve Mask (BVM), acting as the owner of MICROBVM Systems since, and in 2013, he started as the director of training and implementation at MyMDBand. In addition to his primary pursuits, he currently serves as the chief operating officer of United Rescue, a post he has held since 2014. He has been recognized for his dedication with both an Innovators in EMS Award from the Journal of Emergency Medical Services in 2015 and the Israel President’s Award for volunteerism in the field of lifesaving in 2001.
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