Thank you for the replies. They are a little past the planning stages as I've seen them doing ride time on the ambulances. I saw that they carry radios with them, that's why I'm asking if anyone knows about the frequencies. I tried looking them up in the FCC database with no luck.
"Hatzolah/Hatzalah ("rescue" or "relief" in Hebrew: הצלה‎ is a volunteer Emergency Medical Service (EMS) organization serving mostly Jewish communities around the world. Most local branches operate independently of each other, but use the common name. The Hebrew spelling of the name is always the same, but there are many variations in transliteration, such as Hatzolah, Hatzoloh, Hatzalah, and Hatzola. It is also often called Chevra Hatzolah, which loosely translates as "Company of Rescuers" or "Group of Rescuers."
Here are their operations frequencies they just came through with this weeks FCC Listings.
[NON PROFIT VOLUNTEER COMMERCIAL AMBULANCE SERVICE. TWO WAY RADIO DEVICES USED COORDINATE PERSONNEL.]
Control Point 1 - 15 VOYAGER COURT, MONSEY NY 914-589-3800 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 914-589-3800 end_of_the_skype_highlighting (link)
01/12/2012 License Issued
1 - 7141 N KEDZIE AVE, CHICAGO (COOK) IL (map)
463.6125 FB2 100p 100e 7K60FXE
2 - 32.0 km radius around fixed location 1
463.6125 MO 45p 45e 7K60FXE
463.6125 MO 4p 4e 7K60FXE
468.6125 MO 45p 45e 7K60FXE
468.6125 MO 4p 4e 7K60FXE
3 - 32.0 km radius around fixed location 1
468.6125 FX1T 45p 45e 7K60FXE
4 - 8707 SKOKIE BLVD, CHICAGO (COOK) IL (map)
462.1375 FB2 100p 100e 7K60FXE
5 - 32.0 km radius around fixed location 4
462.1375 MO 45p 45e 7K60FXE
462.1375 MO 4p 4e 7K60FXE
467.1375 MO 45p 45e 7K60FXE
467.1375 MO 4p 4e 7K60FXE
6 - 32.0 km radius around fixed location 4
467.1375 FX1T 45p 45e 7K60FXE
Hatzalah is the Aramaic word for "rescue." Hatzalah is a private EMS company, individually operated, by orthodox Jewish communities around the USA and world. New York City is the largest in the world. Their dispatch has it's own phone number and they respond just like 911. The EMTs and Paramedics respond in POVs and/or via ambulances. They treat and transport. They work on scene, on occasion, with the FDNY EMS or other govt. agencies.