Asia’s largest private EMS company Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd. forays into Corporate Wellness sector

Press Release : July 13, 2020
Asia’s largest private EMS company Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd. forays into Corporate Wellness sector

Aims to be a 100 crore company with an international footprint in the UAE and India by 2025

MUMBAI, 11th JULY, 2020 (GPN): Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd (ZHL), Asia’s largest emergency medical service provider and one of the fastest-growing holistic healthcare solutions platforms in India, today announced its venture into Corporate Wellness services. The company has already signed up over 50 corporates from various sectors including E-commerce, Manufacturing companies, Insurance, IT, Real estate, FMCG amongst others. Aiming to become a “one-stop solution” for corporate wellness & holistic healthcare for corporates, ZHL offers turnkey solutions that include Ambulance at Site, Wellness at Workplace, Telehealth Services for Employees, Medical Rooms, Doctors on Site and Occupational Health Therapies, among others.

A recent survey by the Indian Psychiatric Society stated that during Lockdown 1.0 itself, there had been a shocking 20 percent rise in mental health concerns. A large majority of Indian corporate sector employees reside away from home and with the lockdown; there is a felt need for alternate modes of medical consultation and advice.  ZHL’s Corporate Wellness Programmes are designed to meet a variety of needs and requirements of any corporate entity – service, manufacturing, warehousing or construction site – and offer customized holistic healthcare programs to all.  The platform has a repository of best in class talent that is available in the industry, including yoga trainers, physiotherapists, psychologists, dieticians, specialist doctors, or vaccine suppliers.  They come as value-added services for Corporates who want entire wellness programs for their employees.

Naresh Jain, CEO, Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd. -Photo By GPN

Naresh Jain, CEO, Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd. -Photo By GPN

Naresh Jain, CEO, Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd, shared his views on the expansion plan, “Since 2005, Ziqitza has consistently witnessed positive growth in the Ambulance Outsourcing and EMS segment. We have built a highly successful and differentiated PPP business and have introduced several international best practices in this area. The current pandemic has pretty much transformed the way urban India works and has underlined the need for actively reimagining workplace health and employee wellness. Ziqitza, with its vast experience in the pre-hospital segment and EMS outsourcing, is well-placed to provide solutions for the Corporate Wellness and Health sector. Focus on Quality Services and Customised Solutions are the main differentiators for ZHL from its peers in the industry.”

“I am very happy to see the robust response we have received from the corporate world and we already have signed more than 50 clients since launched. Remote care for mental health has spiked, telehealth services are needed now more than ever. We are very confident about achieving our vision of becoming the leading EMS & Corporate Wellness Services provider in India and Mission 2025 of becoming a 100-crore company”, CEO, Naresh Jain.

With a varied experience of almost two decades in the healthcare sector, expansion is a natural progression for Ziqitza Healthcare Limited.  With the pandemic and its impact on the overall work structure, preventive healthcare and overall wellness have come to fore for the working population across the world. Currently with only a few organized and well-established players, the market is set to grow 18-20%in the next 5 years.  According to reports, HR budgets will see a shift and will be sensitive towards the well-being of their employees.

Mr. Atul Kishore, Senior Vice President, Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd -File Photo GPN

Mr. Atul Kishore, Senior Vice President, Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd -File Photo GPN

Mr. Atul Kishore, Senior Vice President, Ziqitza Healthcare Ltd said, “In the last few years, we witnessed a slow but sure shift amongst corporates towards employee welfare and holistic development.  COVID-19 has accelerated that change to a frenetic pace and companies are now approaching physical health and overall mental and emotional wellbeing of their employees as an imperative. We are very proud to have won a slew of accounts from some of the largest corporations in India, including P&G, Flipkart, Reliance. We are also in discussion with insurance companies to include “ambulance on call” as one of the offerings in their health insurance product.” ENDS

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