Thursday, August 30, 2012

School Rally @ 108 Punjab

Guru Govind Singh Senior Secondary School in association with 108 Punjab organized a rally on 29 August. This rally was about spreading the word on the  safety tips while driving and ill effects of Drink and Drive. Over 200 students participated in this 2km long rally. This activity was covered by daily journals.

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Demo @ 108 Rajasthan

One of the best medium to spread the word about 108 service is the demo camp, 108 Rajasthan organized a demo and awareness camp at a Senior Secondary School. Over 100 students along with school authorities participated in this demo camp. 108 team educated the students on the services offered by 108 Ambulance and how to avail the service.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Rally @ 108 Punjab

On 15 August, 108 Punjab along with the school students and teachers organized a rally in Gurdaspur to educate everyone about the services offered by 108 Punjab. Slogans like "Jaan bachao, 108 lagao" not only captivated everyone's attention but also made them inquisitive to know more about 108.
The school authorities appreciated the work done by 108 Punjab.

Felicitation of 108 Ambulance crew, Rajasthan

15 August was truly a memorable day for 108 Ambulance Crew, Rajasthan as the Ambulance crew was awarded for the commendable work done by them. This award not only boosted their spirits to keep continuing the work but also provided them the recognition in a ceremony which was attended by over 1000 people.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Ambulance Outsourcing: A Boon for Hospitals

With the global healthcare business growing at exponential rates, hospitals in India are feeling the pressure to prioritize on their core competency – ‘managing their patients and providing excellent treatments’. Most leading hospitals and nursing homes in India are now focused on improving their core competence and have shifted focus on outsourcing other aspects of hospital management like catering, housekeeping or pharmacy. One of the key management issues faced by hospitals is managing their Ambulance fleet. To cater to the acute need of well equipped and maintained fleet of Ambulances in hospitals, Emergency Medical Services are being outsourced to state-of-the-art companies leaving the end consumer hale & hearty.

And the benefits of the same are immense, check them out:

  • Customization fitting hospital needs – Companies are now venturing into management and operations support service for operating advanced Life-Support Ambulances of hospitals and other institutions. Ziqitza provides hospitals with custom designed Ambulances and trained manpower and this helps hospitals concentrate on its core competency of medical care activities.

  • 24/7 Services – Emergency doesn’t come with a warning. To keep a step ahead of them, Companies like ZHL keeps 24/7 live track of the Ambulance and provide the hospitals with a comprehensive report on every aspect of Ambulances, right down to its speed, its travelling on any specified day or time. This also ensures 365 days uptime for the Ambulance for the hospitals.

  • Improved technology & design – Nowadays Amublances are designed, modelled and operated on international lines and are equipped with the most modern medical equipments like Defibrillator Ventilator, Pulse Oxy-meter, Cardiac Monitor, ECG, Suction Machine, Resuscitation kit, Syrije pump etc In addition patient transfer facilities like collapsible stretcher, scoop stretcher, spine board, canvas stretcher, stair chair cum wheel chair etc.

  • Trained Manpower: It is very crucial that Ambulance crew is trained and able to provide adequate care during the emergency or transfer. ZHL ensures trained Emergency Medical Technicians and Drivers who are provided the training by LIHS, the International Training Centre of the American Heart Association (AHA), enabling them to stabilize patients and transfer with Medical Support

About Ziqitza Health Care Limited.
ZHL had been set up with a vision to assist in saving human lives by providing a leading network of fully equipped Advanced and Basic Life Support Ambulances across the developing world. ZHL is currently operating 860 Ambulances across Mumbai, Bihar, Kerala, Punjab, Odisha and Rajasthan. ZHL has been the pioneer in introducing ‘Ambulance Outsourcing’ in India in 2011 and is currently managing and operating Ambulances for leading Hospitals. ZHL has reputed investors like Acumen Fund, GMR/AMR (USA largest Ambulance Company), HDFC, IDFC and India Value Fund on board.

ZHL’s Strategic Partners include London Ambulance Services, Life Supporters Institute of Health Science and New York Presbyterian Emergency Medical Service (NYP-EMS). Since inception ZHL has served more than 16 00,000 people across India. The vast experience ZHL has in this service and the processes they follow helps them to maintain high quality standards in the service industry.

Monday, August 13, 2012

108 Kerala touches 50,000

Another feather got added in 108 Kerala's cap when they touched 50,000  lives. This moment was marked with huge appreciation by locals, government officials, media fraternity making this journey truly cherishable.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Dial 108 coming soon to Odisha

On 1st August 2012, ZHL signed the MOU with the State Government of Odisha to operate and manage 280 Ambulances across 15 districts in 1st phase. 
This is the big step towards providing Emergency Response Service to the people of Odisha.

ZHL in Economic Times

Economic Times the leading business newspaper featured ZHL in all editions on 2nd August, 2012. The article talked about the journey and success of ZHL and is among the top social enterprises receiving appreciation from renowned Entrepreneurs.