Mysore Emergency Numbers



The Mysore Emergency Numbers should be kept by the residents of the city as a ready reckoner to handle any emergency situation. Not only the citizens but these Mysore Emergency Numbers prove extremely helpful for the tourists and visitors in the city. Knowledge of telephone numbers of hospitals, nursing homes, ambulance service providers, blood banks, medicine shops, police, fire brigade etc. comes in handy during any urgent situation.

Some of the important telephone numbers of Mysore are given below:

  • Round the clock chemists’ shops -
  • B.G.S Appollo Hospital - 256 6666
  • B.M. Hospital - 2511771
  • Chandrakala Hospital - 2517809
  • Holdsworth Memorial Hospital - 2420102
  • Mysore Electricity Supply -
  • Central Service Station - 2420852
  • Jalpuri - 2476105
  • Mandi Mohalla – 2520102
  • K P T C L - 1917
  • Kuvempunagar - 2560211
  • Mysore Police -
  • Ashok Puram - 2418321
  • Devaraj Mohalla - 2418106
  • Kuvempunagar - 2418324
  • LakshmiPuram - 2418120
  • Mandi Mohalla – 2418113
  • F2 Traffic Police Station - 2418126
  • J.L Puram - 2418116
  • K.R. Police Station - 2418119
  • Blood Banks -
  • B.M Hospital - 2511771
  • K.R. Hospital - 2429800
  • BGS Apollo Hospital - 2566666
  • JSS Hospital - 2563845
  • Ambulance Service -
  • B G S Apollo Hospital - 2568888
  • BM Hospital - 2511771
  • Chandrakala Hospital - 2517809
  • Fire Brigade -
  • Nanjangud Station - 958221-225280
  • Bannimantap Station - 2495101
  • Hunsur Fire Station - 958222-253300
Apart from these numbers you can dial the general numbers like 101 for fire brigade, 100 for police and 102 for ambulance.



Last Updated on 9/14/2011



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