HelpNow Ambulances Now Available In Pune Also

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Pune, 21 April 2021: HelpNow, an initiative started by the three students from IIT Bombay Aditya Makkar, Shikhar Agrawal, and Venkatesh Amritsar. All in their 20s who toiled hard day in and out, to help those during the pandemic where there is news of severe shortages of ambulances and lack of timely medical treatment due to exasperatingly long ambulance arrival times.

They provide 24 hours ambulance network access to the patients, healthcare workers, hospitals, testing labs, and Government bodies through their helplines 88222 88222/ 88998 89952.

HelpNow initiative was started in the year 2019 as a 24-hour ambulance service in Mumbai that brought down the average arrival time of an ambulance from 50 minutes to 15 minutes. Providing sanitized and well-equipped ambulances with ventilators, within 20 minutes of a call.

During the peak of covid last year they took the drive of fumigating public areas like Dharavi (Mumbai’s biggest slum area), railway stations, and market streets in Mumbai; donating beds, washing machines, micro ovens, pedestal fans, etc to hospitals/ Government bodies; and distributing freshly cooked food to the needy.

HelpNow was started with just 12 ambulances in Mumbai and today it grew into a network of 350 plus vehicles, providing services at subsidised rates. Their network is not just limited to Mumbai, but also they’ve expanded their operations to Delhi, Bengaluru, and Pune within 2 years. And are currently working towards being present in every single Indian city. Its mission is to provide fast and quality emergency medical response service to the entire nation free of cost.

HelpNow is also contributing to provide first response and safe patient transport service to thousands of citizens, Government organizations like the BMC, TMC, and Mumbai Police, corporates like Reliance Jio and Sony, and reputed hospitals like Fortis and Raheja are among many others.