European Emergency Number
112 is the European emergency number you can dial free of charge from fixed and mobile phones everywhere in the EU. It will get you straight through to the emergency services – police, ambulance, fire brigade. National emergency numbers are still in use too, alongside 112. But 112 is the only number you can use to access the emergency services in all EU countries.
24-hour medical phone number (available only for CEU affiliates!): (36 30) 175-3148
In case of a specific medical emergency during the evening or weekend hours, students may receive advice and orientation by calling.
In case of an emergency when students are unable to reach the CEU Medical Center, students are advised to reach either of the following medical facilities:
National Ambulance Service (Mentők)
Phone: 104 (can be dialed free of charge)
This number should be called only in the case of serious emergency in life-threatening situations (e.g. serious bleeding, loss of consciousness, serious accident, toxication, etc.).
Transplantation and Surgery Clinic of the Semmelweis University
Address: 8th district, Baross u. 23-25.
Phone: (36-1) 267-6000
In case of an emergency, students may directly visit this clinic without the referral of the CEU Medical Center.
Peterfy Hospital, Traumatological Center
Central Traumatological Ambulance (Kozponti Baleseti Ambulancia)
Address: 8th district, Fiumei u. 17. Use the entrance from Gazlang street.
Phone: (36-1) 299-7700
This is a large traumatology center. Students may go to this center in case of accidents every day of the week around the clock.
In case of medical services outside CEU, you may be expected to pay for the treatment and will need to claim reimbursement from your insurance providers afterwards. The providers have the right to consider the claims. There is no set tariff for emergency services at the local district doctor’s office.
Local District Medical Emergency Offices
In case of an emergency that is not life-threatening, you can consult a doctor on duty at the local district medical emergency office closest to your domicile . If you live in the Kerepesi dormitory, you may turn to the reception desk for assistance.
The list of district emergency offices is provided below:
1st and 12th district: Varosmajor utca 33., Phone: (36-1) 212-6636
2nd district: Ret u. 3, Phone: (36-1) 202-1370
3rd district: Vihar u. 29, Phone: (36-1) 388-8501
4th district: Berda Jozsef utca 48. , Phone: (36-1) 369-2600
5th district: Semmelweis u. 14/b, entrance from Gerloczi utca, Phone: (36-1) 311-6816
6th and 7th district: Dob u. 86, Phone: (36-1) 321-0440, (36-1) 321-0358
8th and 9th district: Haller u. 29/A, Phone: (36-1) 215-1644, (36-1) 215-6983
10th district: Pongracz u. 19., Phone: (36-1) 261-5834
11th district: Tetenyi ut 12-16. Building "A", Ground floor, Phone: (36-1) 203-3615
13th district: Revesz u 10-12, Phone: (36-1) 349-8500
14th district: Hermina ut 7, Phone: (36-1) 220-6693
15th district: Zsokavar u. 42-44, Phone: (36-1) 307-2222
16th district: Beno utca 3, Phone: (36-70) 370-3104
17th district: Egeszseghaz u. 3, Phone: (36-1) 256-6272
18th district: Szent Lorinc setany 2, Phone: (36-1) 290-4182
19th district: Petofi u. 49, Phone: (36-1) 282-9692
20th and 23rd district: Torok Floris u. 219/A, Phone: (36-1) 283-8763, (36-1) 285-6574
21st district: Gorgey Artur ter 8, Phone: (36-1) 427-5120, (36-1) 427-5190
22nd district: Kaldor Adolf u. 5-9, Ground floor, Phone: (36-1) 229-1758
J+J Dent (open 24 hours)
5th district, Haris koz 5, 1st floor
Phone numbers: (36 20) 477-2124, (36-1) 266-5309
5th district, Nador u. 23, 1st floor
Phone numbers: (36 70) 372-3000, (36-1) 302-0302
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10:00 - 18:00
Profident Fogaszati Centrum
7th district, Karoly krt 1
Phone number: (06-1) 342-2546
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8:00 - 21:00, Sat 9:00 - 18:00
8th district, Ulloi ut 16/B, 2th floor
Phone number: (36 20) 315-2884
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9:00 - 21:00, Sat-Sun 10:00 - 21:00
To find hospitals in Vienna please use the following link: https://www.wien.gv.at/english/health-socialservices/hospitals/.
National emergency number: 144.
The relevant pages are continuously being updated, please revisit the site regularly for further updates.
Last update: May 27, 2019