Bhopal Emergency Numbers





The Bhopal emergency numbers are of great assistance to the citizens of the city of Bhopal. The emergency numbers of Bhopal comprises of the numbers of the police control room, ambulances, flight information center and medical facilities.

The medical unit comprises of the emergency number of the ambulances, blood banks and hospitals. The blood banks of the city of Bhopal are equipped with blood of all groups. The blood is preserved in moderated conditions to avoid contamination and coagulation of the blood. The laboratories of the blood bank ensure that the blood received is tested and preserved to avoid the preservation of infected blood. Ambulance services are provided by various private centers and hospitals in the city.

The hospitals of the city cater to the indoor and the outdoor patients. The hospitals are equipped with diagnostic and therapeutic facilities, which aid the eminent doctors of the hospital in their treatment.

The responsibility of the police of the city of Bhopal has increased with the increase in the populace of the city. The Bhopal emergency numbers comprise of the number of the Police Control Room and the commissioner who can be contacted in times of crisis.

Travelers visiting the city to reserve air tickets form Bhopal can contact the office of the Indian Airlines can be contacted by the. The information about the scheduled flights can be gathered from the flight information center by an easy dial of the number. The only airport in the city also has an inquiry center that can be contacted over the telephone.

Some of the emergency numbers of Bhopal are listed below:

Police Control Room Phone: 0755-234100/100
Commissioner Phone: 0755-540399
Flight Inquiry Phone: 142
Indian Airlines Reservation Office Phone: 0755-550636
Airport Inquiry Phone: 0755-521277
Ambulance Phone: 0755-577365/102
Blood Bank Phone: 0755-556707
Jawaharlal Nehru Cancer Hospital and Research Center Phone: 2665720, 2666374, 4255680, 4255682




Last Updated on 23 July 2012









     


     

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