Emergency Services and Phone Numbers
All emergency services are auxiliary services and are to be used only in the event of a true emergency. No guarantee is made regarding the accuracy of the information provided below.
|Fire Department/Rescue Service||112|
Questions the emergency operator will ask:
- Where has it happened? Provide the exact address, including floor number, and, if necessary, access options for vehicles
- What has happened?
- How many people are injured?
- Who is reporting the emergency? Please provide the telephone number from which you are calling.
Please wait to be sure that there are no further questions! The call will be ended by the emergency operator.
After you have finished the call, you should await the arrival of the fire department, rescue service or police and help direct them to the site of the emergency.
Additional Important Telephone Numbers
|Nationwide medical emergency service hotline<br />||116117|
|Emergency Centre at the Thonberg Clinic in Leipzig,<br />Riebeckstr. 65||+49 (0) 341 963670|
|On-call medical services||116117<br />|
|City of Leipzig Medical Transport||19222|
|St. Georg Municipal Hospital – Eutritzsch||+49 (0) 341 90900|
|St. Georg Municipal Hospital – Grünau (Robert Koch Clinic and Leipzig-West Medical Clinic, formerly the Friesen Hospital)||+49 (0) 341 4230|
|Park Hospital – southwest Leipzig<br />||+49 (0) 341 8640|
|University Clinics||+49 (0) 341 97109|
|Centre for Women’s Health and Paediatrics – Liebigstraße||+49 (0) 341 9726242|
|St. Elisabeth Hospital||+49 (0) 341 39590|
|Deaconess‘ House Lutheran Hospital||+49 (0) 341 4444|
|Leipzig Heart Centre||+49 (0) 341 8651480|