Gurgaon Emergency Numbers


As more people are coming to work and live in Gurgaon. The local civic bodies have taken up the responsibility to cater to emergency and medical needs of the people living in Gurgaon.
Over the two decades the city has developed a lot and has much improved and modern facilities. Gurgaon has good facilities when it comes to emergency services. Following are the numbers of various departments in Gurgaon that can be reached in an emergency.

Emergency Numbers in Gurgaon
  • Police - 100
  • Fire - 101
  • Ambulance - 102
  • Indian Railway - 131
  • Women Helpline - 1091
  • Child Line Service - 1098
  • Post office - 0124-2320392
  • Any Medical Emergency - 6111111
Hospitals in Gurgaon The government has also equipped Gurgaon with necessary health care services. There are both governmental and private hospitals in the area. These hospitals offer quality 0medical facilities and health services to the residents of Gurgaon and also to its neighbouring regions. Some of the hospitals in Gurgaon are:
  • Artemis - 0124-6767000
  • Janta Hospital - 0124-414 0307
  • Max Hospital - 0124-6623000
  • Medanta the Medicity - 0124-4411441
  • Paras Hospital - 0124-4585555
  • Shivam Hospital - 0124-4039003
  • The Apollo Clinic - 0124-4082230
  • The Cradle - 0124-4082230
  • Taneja Heart and Medical Center - 0124-2327048
  • Eye-Q Super Specialty Eye Hospital - 0124-4272225


Last Updated on 16/04/2013

     


     

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