Health crises can be upsetting and distressing. Getting an ambulance on time becomes essential when dealing with an emergency. The immediate availability of ambulances can save many lives from serious medical conditions or natural calamities. A significant number of ambulances are required to handle the demand in a country with a large population, like India, where people must deal with several emergency situations every day. Government and commercial groups work together to operate the ambulance services. In India, there are two specific numbers for ambulance services: 102 and 108. Although the government of India has set a 25–30 minute standard for ambulance response times, it seems quite challenging to keep up with the pace. A number of private companies also offer ambulance services, and they promise to get to the patient in 20 to 25 minutes. Above all of these, Ambulance Service in Phase 5 Mohali offers the fastest ambulance services in Chandigarh, arriving to the patient in about 15 minutes.