Emergencies and hospitals

In an emergency situation, call:

112 Emergency calls, Ambulance

Calls to emergency numbers are free of charge and can be made from any phone, including pay-phones and the mobile phones of any service provider (incl. foreign).

You should report the following when making an emergency call:

  • What happened?
  • Where did it happen?
  • Who is calling?
  • Is somebody injured? What is their condition?
  • Can somebody give first aid?

Emergency health care is free of charge to everyone irrespective of your insurance situation.

If the situation is not that dangerous that an ambulance needs to be called, but you need to contact a doctor after regular reception hours, you can turn to the emergency reception in a hospital.

North Estonian Regional Hospital

East Tallinn Central Hospital

Tartu University Hospital

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