ANGELS is the winner of the first "ASIAN EMS AWARD" in the Institutional Category for 2013 conferred by ASIAN EMS COUNCIL. ASIAN EMS COUNCIL is body representing more than 25 countries and the most prestigious organization in prehospital care . The ‘Asian EMS Awards’ is a path breaking initiative by the Asian EMS Council to recognise the invaluable contribution of all, who have, through their selfless efforts,contributed to what EMS is today.
ANGELS now has the resposibility to set standards for the upcoming years because of The words of Marcus Ong,Chairman Asian EMS Council "In fact, in recognising ANGELS and its work, we are honouring ourselves since ANGELS is such an inspirational model for community based EMS for all of us." and being the first time winners,
Team angels dedicate this award to those lives saved by EMS operations globally.


  • Enhance and enforce the Pre- Hospital Care to reduce the mortality and morbidity of victims of trauma / emergency cases.
  • Awareness programmes to prevent accidents. Awareness programmes to all people on Basic Life Support, Trauma Management, Disaster Management etc.
  • Delivering the healthcare system at the doorstep of hapless and needy.
  • Conducting First Response Provider Course(Basic Life Support, First Aid and Trauma Care) with a motto of “at least one lifesaver in a house"
  • Up-grdation of Ambulances and their co-ordination.
  • Augmentation of the disaster management system for our state.
  • Create community capacity to render assistance to injured victims at the scene.


  • First time in India
  • Public private participation (PPP)
  • Best community based emergency medical care system, a best model for entire India and similar countries.
  • Not taxing Government, people or hospitals
  • Utilizing existing system with facility up-gradation
  • Upgrading ambulance operators to the core health care provider system
  • Landmarking the pre-hospital care system with most economical way
  • Redefining the ambulances to the noble Angels role through a single life saving access number 102
  • Job opportunities
  • Offering most affordable insurance plan for emergency care
  • Motto - "Saving lives" and "Emergency Medical Care is the right of every citizen"
  • Ensuring quality standards
  • International, National agencies supporting the projects
  • Non profitable community based charitable trust


1. Observation of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims (WDR 2014 )
ANGELS plan to observe the day on November 16 at Kozhikode, Kerala, India in a rather different way by shifting from Global remembrance to Global Action with awareness programs. [more Details.......]

2. First Response Provider Course for Indian Dental Association (IDA) Kozhikode members on 9/11/14 10 AM at IDA Hall.



  • Dr. P. B. Salim, IAS
  • Dr. P.P. Venugopal
  • Dr. Mehroofraj
  • Mathew C Kulangara
  • Musthafa. K. P
  • Dr. K. M. Abdulla
  • Dr. V. P. Balasubramanian
  • Adv. T. Jayaraj
  • Adv. Mathew Kattikkana
  • P. M. Janardhanan