At ZHL, we motivate and enable our staff to go beyond just the call of duty and be a part of a much larger picture.
We recognise that our actions make a difference and therefore we have directed them to ensure a better future for those individuals who require it. In an effort to improve the standard of healthcare in the country, there is wide-spread awareness being created about the emergency numbers including 108, 1298 and 102, which has created several career opportunities for young aspiring healthcare professionals.
The recruitment of emergency medical technicians and pilots for the Ambulance Services involves a screening process which comprises a written test, technical selection, interview, medical and road rules test. Emergency medical technicians can be both male and female in the age group of 20-30 years with any of the following educational qualifications – B.Sc. (Nursing), General Nursing Management (GNM), Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM), Diploma in Pharmacy and Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT). For pilots, the candidates must be male, aged between 24-35, with a height of not less than 162.5 cm, three years of driving experience of heavy vehicles.