Public Services in Brussels


Emergency services in Brussels


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Firemen - SIAMU
(Service d'Incendie et d'Aide Médicale Urgente de la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale)
100 or 112 (European emergency phone number)
Fire (+32) 2.208.8.224
Ambulance (+32) 2.208.8.454

Police
101
Police Zone 4 (Brussels-Ixelles) 02-279 79 79

Croix Rouge
105

Doctors (rota 24h/day)
Tel. : (+32.2) 479.18.18

SOS GP Brussels
Tel. : (+32.2) 513.02.02

Pharmacies (rota 24h/day): Twelve pharmacies amongst the 24 doing the night rota in Brussels stay open until 11pm (arrays are displayed inside pharmacy windows). For the pharmacy in the roat between 11pm and 9am you can check on the Internet http://www.servicedegarde.be or call 070/66.01.60.

Anti-poisons Centre
Tel. : 070/245.245
c/o Hôpital militaire Reine Astrid, Rue Bruyn, à 1120 Bruxelles
Website : http://www.poisoncentre.be

Dentists (rota 24h/day)
Tel. : (+32.2) 426.10.26
Weekday : 9pm-7am ; WE : Saturday 7am - Monday 7am ; Bank holiday: 7am-9pm

Child Focus
110

Sida hotline
107

SIDA Information/help
Website : http://www.aideinfosida.be


Update 4/10/2005

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