Ziqitza Healthcare’s 108 Ambulance Service completes 6 years in Odisha

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Ziqitza Healthcare’s 108 Ambulance Service completes 6 years in Odisha

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One of the leading emergency ambulance providers in the country, Ziqitza Healthcare’s 108 Ambulance Service completed its 6-year journey of success in Odisha. Incepted on March 5th 2013, the most sought-after free emergency assistance provider has already served more than 21 lakh people in the state, as envisioned by the former CEO Shweta Mangal.

On the occasion of its 6th anniversary, Ziqitza’s 108 ambulance service organized a blood donation camp in its premises to commemorate the completion of a glorious journey, in partnership with the NHM Odisha. The camp was organized on March 6th across 30 districts of Odisha, in which 560 units of blood were collected.

The employees and crew members of Ziqitza also donated blood for a great cause. Archita Sahu, a renowned Ollywood actress also took part in the event to boost the morale of the participants. She appreciated Ziqitza for its relentless efforts to serve the public and overcome all the challenges and hurdles. She said that each person who donates blood is a champion for life, as he/she participates in saving precious lives.

Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd has bridged the gap between emergency healthcare assistance and the patients in need of the same. It has made big strides over the last few years. The leaders of the company are keen to expand the operation of Ziqitza Health Care Limited within and outside India as well.

The company is currently operating 108 emergency ambulance services in all 30 districts of Odisha, with 512 ambulances strategically positioned across the State to respond to all the emergency needs within a short span of time. Overall, Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd is operating more than 3,500 ambulance in 17 states. It has already helped more than 10 million people in the country, providing appropriate and quick medical care to all sections of the society.

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