Jamshedpur Emergency Numbers


Jamshedpur emergency numbers include the telephone numbers of some vital services. Telephone numbers of service providers like ambulances, blood banks, hospitals, fire brigade etc. come as a great help during the hour of need.

Some emergency numbers of Jamshedpur service providers are given below:

Telephone numbers of hospitals:
  • Abc Health Care Center - 2433002
  • Name: Apollo Clinic Center - 2756051
  • Gurunanak Hospital Research Center - 3090489
  • Jamshedpur Eye Hospital - 2432203
  • Kantilal Gandhi Eye Hospital - 2427463
  • Arogya Bhawan, kadma - 2306716
  • A.D.M. Hospital - 2210022
  • Cancer hospital - 2427944
  • Government Hospital - 2432107
Phone numbers of Jamshedpur Blood banks:
  • M.G.M. Blood Bank - 2440844
  • Jamshedpur Blood bank - 2142514
Emergency numbers of Jamshedpur Fire Stations:
  • Golmuri Fire Brigade - 2431036
  • Mango Fire Brigade - 2381444
  • Tisco Fire Brigade - 2423471
  • Telco Fire Brigade - 2286888
Ambulance inquiry numbers:
  • Adershir Dalal Memorial Hospital - 2845232
  • Eye Bank TMH - 2427537
  • Bharat Sevashram Sangha, Sonari - 2302371
  • Meharbai Tata Cancer Hospital - 2427944
  • Jamshedpur Eye Hospital - 2432203
  • Kantilal Gandhi Eye Hospital - 2430119




Last Updated on 02/07/2013

     


     

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