Commenting on this accomplishment, Mr. Manish Sacheti, CFO, Ziqitza Healthcare Limited said, "We are delighted to win this award and it is wonderful to receive recognition for our constant efforts in bringing a positive change in the emergency medical response services in the country. This is an indication of our efforts taken to establish a successful Public Private Partnership (PPP) model along with the Governments of various states in India, for the betterment of the healthcare infrastructure. We are extremely honored to receive this award and will continue to dedicate ourselves towards providing quality service to all the stakeholders."
This platform bought together policy makers, thought leaders, national and international health organizations, social entrepreneurs, and technology & ancillary healthcare service providers and also discussed the future of Indian Public Healthcare.
Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd was felicitated for their continuous efforts in providing better emergency medical response services to the people of Odisha. The number of beneficiaries/people served through this project was 1,26,034. Out of these, 80,583 pregnant women were served, and 37,360 new born babies were served. In addition to that, 6,032 high risk mothers and 2,059 high risk children were also served.
About Ziqitza Healthcare 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 3100 plus Ambulances across 18 states in India. ZHL has reputed investors like Acumen Fund, 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).
ZHL has currently more than 10,000 people working tirelessly, day and night, to serve people in India. ZHL is currently operating more than 3100 ambulances across 18 states and have served more than 9 million people till date.