In 2005, Ziqitza Health Care Limited was founded by Shaffi Mather, Manish Sacheti, Ravi Krishna, Naresh Jain, Sweta Mangal - a group of young professionals - as a result of personal experiences.
The founders realised that the difference in EMS service in India and US was the availability and accessibility of standardized emergency medical services providers. Ziqitza recognised the need of organised and professional ambulance providers in the country, and thus began the journey to create the best emergency response service in India that would be on par with 911 in the U.S. and 999 in the U.K. We realised the urgency of an organised and networked ambulance service required for saving those lives that would have been otherwise lost, for want of timely medical attention
ZHL’s vision is to assist in saving human lives by providing a leading network of fully equipped Advanced and Basic Life Support Ambulances across the developing world.
Our vision is reflected in our commitment to meet International standards of quality in Emergency Medical Services and be accessible to everyone regardless of their income bracket.
Our core values are being ethical, being transparent and fostering teamwork. Ziqitza's focus has always been on delivering top quality services that involve saving lives, minimising anguish and aiding in improving the patient’s outcome.
For us every life matters and every second counts in saving a life. We believe that countless lives can be saved and numerous casualties minimized, with adequate and quick medical transportation facilities
MS. PREETI REDDY
Ms. Preeti Reddy is the President & CEO of Kantar Insights, South Asia for Kantar's insights agencies Kantar TNS, Kantar Millward Brown and Kantar IMRB- in the region. An MBA from XLRI Jamshedpur, Ms. Preeti Reddy has over three decades of experience in consumer marketing, consulting, and research, helping leading Indian and multinational companies make informed decisions using consumer understanding. Her consulting and research experience cover a multitude of industries - FMCG, durables.
MR. BIJOU KURIEN
After serving as the COO of Titan Company Ltd, Bijou Kurien built Reliance Retail into a retail juggernaut in several segments of the market as its President & CE. The retail and consumer industry veteran is also a board member of several listed and unlisted companies, mentoring various national and international Industry Associations. He currently advises two leading consumer-focused PE Funds and is their nominee director on the boards of some of their portfolio companies. He is a Science graduate from St. Joseph’s College, Bangalore and a Postgraduate in management from Xavier Institute of Management, Jamshedpur.
MR. PREM KUMAR VARMA
NON - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Prem Kumar Varma has been on the Board of Group companies engaged in Real Estate and Infrastructure development. 29 years of banking experience and holding senior positions in SBI, Credit Lyonnais/ Calyon Bank, Diamond Trust Bank Tanzania and Doha Bank, Qatar and 5 years as CEO of Zaminta, a Real Estate company engaged in land retailing
MR. N ASOKAN
NON - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
He has more than two decades of experience in Banking Sector handling Corporate and Project Finance in the State Bank of India and has previously worked as Executive Director and CEO of companies engaged in real estate.
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The London Ambulance Service was founded in 1965 and is one of the largest metropolitan emergency ambulance services in the world. The emergency medical service has over 5,000 employees working in a range of roles at 70 ambulance stations. Besides responding to 999 emergency calls, LAS is also involved in providing pre-arranged patient transport and finding hospital beds.
NYP-EMS is New York City’s largest hospital-based ambulance service provider and a vital component of its 911 system. The community based medical emergency ambulance system responds to calls from the FDNY, NYPD and other services throughout the city. The NYP-EMS has a strong global presence and is affiliated with Ivy League medical schools and top doctors from around the world.
Founded by a team of doctors dedicated to building professional EMS in India, LIHS/LMA is an International Training Centre of the American Heart Association. Established in the year 2003, LIHS is accredited by Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) for imparting training of its various courses under the aegis of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).
Ziqitza engages with multiple State Governments to provide world class EMS through ambulances, mobile medical units and health helpline.
Any organization looking at the medical safety of its people and clients can use our services of ambulance and medical rooms on site.
Across 60 cities in India we can provide an ambulance for timely transfer of the patient to the hospital.
I was suffering from chest pain and so my son called the 108 emergency helpline number and quickly within a short span of time, the ambulance reached the location and the EMT gave me proper pre-hospital care because of which I feel I am alive. Thanks to the team
By partnering with Ziqitza HealthCare Ltd., we have been able to entrust them with the responsibility of prompt healthcare provision as they have the experience of operating and managing over 3000 Ambulances in India. The entire team is extremely professional and their knowledge of first aid on site has left us impressed.
I was suffering from labour pain, so my husband called the 102 emergency number and in a very short period the ambulance reached. Once on board the EMT took immense care of me till I reached the government Hospital.