Kochi Emergency Numbers



Kochi emergency numbers are the numbers required during any urgency in Kerala.
For example, if you need blood urgently in Kochi, you will have to give a call to the blood banks. Moreover, if you are out on a tour of Kochi, you need to keep the numbers of Tourism Information Center for they can help you during your tour.

Emergencies can arise any time and the need for the numbers during those times is called emergency numbers. The emergency numbers of Kochi can be of the gas agency or the fire service department or electricity department or telecommunication department, etc. You just need to dial these emergency numbers at Kochi and they would try to solve your problem within the minimum possible time.

Following is the list of Kochi emergency numbers and services:

Emergency Services in Kochi Name and Address of the Service Providers
Ambulance Services
  • Indira Gandhi Co-operative Hospital Gandhi Nagar, Kadavanthra, Kochi-Ernakulam, Kerala.Phone: +91-484-2319334.
  • Specialists Hospital Near Town Railway station Kaloor,Kochi-Ernakulam, Kerala. Phone: +91-484-2395066.
  • Lions Club Ambulance, Sudheendra Hospital Chitoor Road, Kacherippady, Kochi-Ernakulam, Kerala. Phone: +91-484-2354139.
Airlines (Counter at Airport)
  • Cochin International Airport - +91-484-2610115.
  • Jet Airways - +91-484-2610037.l Indian Airlines - +91-484- 2610041, 2353826.
  • Indian Airlines - +91-484- 2610041, 2353826.
  • Air India - +91-484-2610140.
Blood Banks
  • IMA Voluntary Blood Bank Kochi-Ernakulam, Kerala. Phone: +91-484-2354886.
  • Blood Bank Voluntary ISBT Kochi-Ernakulam, Kerala. Phone: +91-484-2361809.
  • Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre Amrita Lane, Elamakkara Post, Ponekkara, Kochi-Ernakulam, Kerala. Phone: +91-484-2339095.
Electricity Services
  • Kaloor - +91-48-42341923
  • Vyttila - +91-484-2304785
  • Willingdon Island +91-484-2668164
  • Fort - +91-484-2217298
Fire Services
  • Port - +91-484-2666555
  • Naval Base - +91-484-2666851
  • Club Road - +91-484-2355101
  • Mattanchery- +91-484-2255554
  • Gandhi Nagar - +91-484- 2205550, 101
Gas Services
  • Surya Agencies, Opposite Municipal Bus Stand, Hospital Road, Tripunithura, Kochi-Ernakulam, Kerala.Phone: +91-484-2784895.
  • Lakshmi Agencies JJ Centre, Poonithura, Kochi-Ernakulam, Kerala.Phone: +91-484-2302943, 2304223, 2301515.
24 Hour Services
  • Accident Care - +91-484- 98460 99900, 98460 07740.
Police
  • Control Room - 100, +91-484- 2371178
  • Harbour - +91-484-2666005
  • City Traffic - +91-484-2394218
  • Central - +91-484-2394500
  • Railway - +91-484-2369259
Railways
  • Cochin Harbour Terminus - +91-484-2666050
  • Edapally -+91-484-2344202
  • Aluva - +91-484-2624141
  • Angamaly - +91-484-2452340
  • Ernakulam - +91-484-2375131
Telecommunication
  • Commercial Enquiry (Central) - +91-484-2202297
  • Commercial Enquiry (Urban) - +91-484-2316050
Tourist Information Centers
  • Sports Lakshwadeep Tourism - +91-484-2668387
  • India Tourism Office - +91-484-2668352
  • KTDC - Ernakulam - +91-484-2353534
Water Supply
  • Erunakulam Sub Division - +91-484-2372830
  • Control Room (Complaints) - +91-484-2361369l
  • Drainage - +91-484-2369710




Last Updated on : 30/08/2013





     


     

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