Emergency Ambulance Services

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More than a privilege, life support ambulance services are a need for the citizens. India may be a developing country, but the scope of development in the medical sector is still immense. According to a Wall Street Journal report, in a city like New Delhi which has a population of 22 million people, there is only one ambulance for every 1.4 lakh people. Our mission is to bridge this gap.

Ziqitza provides fully-equipped ambulances staffed with trained paramedics and drivers to manage day-to-day fleet operations for hospitals and corporates, so that they, in turn, can focus on their core competencies. We offer Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS) vehicles. BLS ambulances are equipped with emergency kits, medicines and patient transport equipment. ALS ambulances additionally carry life-saving equipment including a defibrillator, an oxygen cylinder and an electrocardiography (ECG) machine to manage critical emergencies like heart attacks, accidents, paralysis attack, and such

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1,39,430 people die every year in road accidents, most of them qualifying as cases of emergency. Emergency health care has a vital role to play in the country, especially when the doctor to patient ratio is 1:1700 (as recorded by the New Indian Express).

Pre-hospital care is as crucial as the medical treatment received at the hospital, in a scenario where every second can save a life. According to the census of 2012, India has more than 60,000 villages in remote localities and they can be brought into the gamut of pre hospital care facilities through the network of life support ambulances. By focussing efforts to these villages as well, ZHL aims to make EMS accessible to every strata of society.