Eli Beer gives keynotes about United Hatzalah, a life-saving organization that he founded. Beer took an EMT course at the age of 15 and began volunteering with ambulances. After responding too late to a call about a young boy choking, Beer realized that traffic was preventing ambulances from responding in time to actually save people. At age 17, he gathered a group of volunteers and started the United Hatzalah.
Essentially, United Hatzalah volunteers take turns listening to police scanners. If there is an emergency situation were medics are needed, the closest volunteer is alerted and rushes to the scene on an ambucycle (which is a motorcycle that is equipped with medical supplies). Receiving immediate medical attention drastically improves a patient's survival odds.