Indore Emergency Numbers



Indore emergency numbers help the residents and the tourists coming to the city to counter the sudden exigencies that they may face. The emergency numbers of Indore include the telephonic addresses of the hospitals, police stations, fire brigade and other tourist information centers.

The list of emergency number of Indore also contain the telephonic details of the chief police officials. With the help of these numbers, the residents or the tourist may contact the police headquarters or the police stations of Indore in times of an emergency.

The telephone numbers of the tourist information center and the tourists reception counter guides the tourists. It also helps them by providing the details of the tourist attractions of the city. Moreover, the emergency numbers of the hospitals in Indore enable the people of the city to reach out to the different emergency services such as ambulance services and blood banks.

Some of the Indore Emergency Numbers are listed below:
  • Police 100
  • Fire control Room - 101
  • Ambulance 102
  • P B X 2529880, 2528781
  • Choithram Hospital and Research Centre 2474052, 2362491
  • M Y Hospital and Blood Bank 2527947, 2637301, 2528301
  • Singhvi Blood Bank 2513663, 2527081
  • Indore State GPO 701432
  • Speed Post GPO 700430




Last Updated on 29th Nov 2012

     


     

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