Services Provided By Rescue 1122
   Ambulance
   Service



Emergency Ambulance Service is the most important function of Rescue 1122 as over 97% Read More
   Rescue
   Service



Specialized rescue operations & emergencies of unique nature necessitated Rescue 1122 Read More
   Fire
   Service



After the faliure of repeated attempts to improve and modernize the existing Read More
Community Safety



The Punjab Emergency Service, Rescue 1122 is in process of establishing Community Emergency Read More
Emergency Data
Since 14 th Oct. 2004
Road Traffic Crashes Medical Emergencies Fire Emergencies Crime Incidents Structure Collapse Drowning
2,370,343 3,437,619 137,975 222,193 8,488 11,692
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Vision -
Safe communities where all citizens are provided the right to timely emergency response and care without discrimination.
Mission -
Establishment of an effective system for emergency preparedness, response, protection & prevention; while contributing towards building socially responsible, healthy, resilient and safer communities.
Key Objectives -

1.  Provision of the right to timely emergency care by providing quality emergency services as per international standards.

2.  Undertake research to recommend evidence based measures to related organizations for prevention of emergencies.

3.  Contribute towards establishment of socially responsible community emergency response teams through awareness,      enrollment, training & organizing volunteers for emergency preparedness, response & prevention.

Founder's Message
Dr. Rizwan Naseer, SI
Director General

The limited capacity to deal with emergencies and disasters was putting the lives and properties of the citizens at risk. This was evident from the fact that there were over 95% chances that in case of emergency; the victim will not get an ambulance for transportation, let alone timely emergency care by trained professionals. Therefore, it was quite clear that emergency management has been long neglected in Pakistan and there are no trained emergency paramedics even in the emergency departments of teaching hospitals. Moreover, pre-hospital emergency ambulance, rescue and trained fire services or a disaster response force were virtually non-existent which was blatantly exposed during October, 2005 earthquake in Pakistan. A few ambulances available with the NGOs lacked essential equipment and trained staff. Thus, the citizens of Pakistan were denied even the basic right to timely emergency care in case of any emergency or a disaster. Read More