My medical life began at the age of 15 as a volunteer at the MDA.
After military service as a computer technician while volunteering as an ambulance driver, I began studying medicine. While studying I worked as a paramedic. After school I specialized in anesthesia and then in emergency medicine. I worked at the Rambam Medical Center for 21 years, most of them in the trauma unit. During this time I founded the MDA Medical Center (2008). After that I moved to Pedapuria Medical Center as the director of the emergency medicine department. During those years I served in the reserves in the rescue unit of the Air Force 669 and then in an IDF field hospital, where I still serve today.