Ooty Emergency Numbers

All set to visit Ooty, the picturesque hill station in the Nilgiris. Make sure to note down some of the emergency numbers of Ooty that might come handy while visiting this beautiful hill station.

Police Control Room+91-423-2442200
Police Station+91-423-2444065
Fire service Station+91-423-2442999
Head Post Office+91-423-2443791
Railway Station+91-423-2442246
Government Hospital+91-423-2442212
S.M. Nursing Home+91-423-2442258
Parvathi Nursing Home+91-423-2442168
HFM Sait Memorial Hospital+91-423-2442240

For all tourist related information, please contact any of two offices mentioned below.

Tourist Information Center in Ooty

Hotelier's Association,
Charing Cross,
Ooty - 643001,
Tamil Nadu
Phone: +91-423-2443837

Tourist Office in Ooty

Government of Tamil Nadu,
Wenlock Road,
Ooty - 643001,
Tamil Nadu
Phone: +91-423-2443977

Last Updated on 06/05/2013



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