Thanjavur Emergency Numbers



The Thanjavur Emergency Numbers should be kept handy to tackle urgent and emergency situations. These emergency numbers of Thanjavur will not only facilitate the residents of the area but also the tourists and other visitors.

A brief list of contact numbers of emergency services like fire service, police stations, blood banks, hospitals, ambulance service providers in Thanjavur etc. is given below:
  • Police Control Room - 100, 230033
  • Ambulance - 101, 102, 22299, 52101
  • Fire Service Station - 101, 238301
  • Head Post Office - 231022
  • Telegraph Office - 235019
  • Railway Enquiry - 130
  • Telephone Enquiry - 238197
  • Tamil Nadu Tourism Development Corporation - 231024
  • Thanjavur Municipal Corporation - 231021
  • District Central Library - 230397
  • Our Lady of health Hospital - 236572
  • Adventist Hospital - 226262
  • Annamalai RKR Hospital - 236196
  • Chola Hospital - 275555
  • City Hospital – 235020
  • Blood banks – 23602, 23142


Last Updated on 06 December 2011




     


     

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