Emergency Telephone numbers in Germany - Living In Germany

Emergency Telephone numbers in Germany

Any emergency is scary and living off base and not knowing the language just make that a whole lot worse. Ambulance
Have necessary information written down before an emergency!

I suggest you call the nearest US. Military authorities. They speak English and can, if needed, contact the German authorities for you.
Base/Post Operators:
Stuttgart Operator … 0711-6800
The Stuttgart Operator provides numbers for almost all US. Army facilities.

  • from Baumholder … 06783-6-113
  • from Kaiserslautern area … 0631-411-113
  • from Landstuhl … 06371-86-113
  • from Mannheim … 0621-730-113
  • from Miesau … 06372-842-113
  • from Vogelweh … 0631-536-113
  • Ramstein Operator … 06371-47-113
  • Spangdahlem Operator … 06565-61-1110
  • Sembach Operator … 06302-67-113

If you call the German authorities:

Be aware that most people here in Germany speak at least a little English, so make sure you speak slowly and with little as possible slang or dialect.

Make sure you tell them where you are calling from where they need to send the help to, how many people are involved and what happened.

Give them your street address and telephone number. You must be able to tell them where you are and how to reach you.

In case of intoxications of any kind let them know what was taken and if possible give them the bottle or rest of the chemical consumed.

Also make sure you let them know of any allergies or medications that are being taken.

  • Police – dial 110 (no prefix) this will take you to the closest Police station.
  • Emergency Services – dial 112 (no prefix) this will take you to an emergency operator that will make sure to send the care needed.
  • German Doctor on call: 116 117
  • Poison Control Center – dial 19240 (in most areas without prefix, But in some areas it may ask for one, if so see table below)

    Baden-Württemberg 0761 – 19 240
    Bavaria 089 – 19 240
    Berlin, Brandenburg 030 – 19 240
    Bremen, Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein, Niedersachsen 0551 – 19 240
    Hessen, Rheinland-Pfalz 06131 – 19 240
    Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Sachsen, Sachsen Anhalt, Thüringen 0361 – 19 240
    Nordrhein-Westfalen 0228 – 19 240
    Saarland 06841 – 19 240
  • ADAC (Vehicle breakdown service) – dial 01802-22 22 22 (from your Cell Phone it’s 22 22 22)
  • Credit Card-Bank Card Blocks – dial 116 116 (no prefix) in case of a stolen bank card or credit card.
  • Nurse Advice Line 00800-4759-2330
  • Suicide Hotline US Forces : All active-duty military, civilians, family members and contractors can reach the Lifeline by dialing DSN 118 from any Army garrison DSN phone or commercially via a toll-free European number, 00800-1273-TALK (8255).
  • Non US Military  International Helpline Berlin
    Postfach 580251
    10412
    BERLIN
    Contact by: – Phone
    Hotline: 6-12pm English service: 030-44 01 06 07

Emergency while driving on the German Autobahn:

If you have an accident or car trouble on the German autobahn, you want to put on your flashers park either on the side of the autobahn or one of the parking stops. if you have to park on the side make sure to set up your warning triangle by walking behind the guardrails along the autobahn!

Emergency phone If you need to call for help and do not have a cell phone you can use the Emergency phones on the side of the autobahn. There are about 16000 of those along the German highways and they look like this.

If there is no phone in sight, check the white posts on the side of the Guardrails or the Guardrails itself, you will notice little black arrowheads leading in one direction. those indicate the closest Emergency phone.

Emergency Services on Base:

Emergency Services On Base – Air force On Post – Army
Ambulance 112 116
Police 112 114
Fire 112 117

Help and counseling: (German speaking, but they may be able to help you)

  • Suicide Hotline: 0800 – 111 01 11 und 0800 – 111 02 22
  • Kids and Youth hotline: 0800 – 111 03 33
  • Parental Hotline: 0800 – 111 05 50
  • Anonym Alcoholics: 19 295
  • Aids Hotline: 0180 – 331 94 11 (9 Cent/min Dt. Aidshilfe)

Emergency numbers :

Ambulance, Fire, Police Air Force
Kapaun 06371-47-112
Ramstein 06371-47-112
Sembach 06371-47-112
Spangdahlem 06565-61-117
Vogelweh 06371-47-112
Ambulance Army
Baumholder 06783-6-116
Darmstadt 06151-69-116
Grafenwoer 09641-83-116
Hohenfels 09472-83-116
Kaiserslautern (Kleber, Panzer, Daenner) 0631-411-116
Landstuhl 06371-86-116
Mannheim 0621-730-116
Miesau 06372-842-116
Pirmasens 06331-86-116
Pulaski/Rhein Ordnance Barracks (ROB) 0631-536-116
Vilseck 09662-83-116
Wiesbaden 0611-705-116
Police Army
Baumholder 06783-6-114
Darmstadt 06151-69-114
Grafenwoer 09641-83-114
Hohenfels 09472-83-114
Kaiserslautern (Kleber, Panzer, Daenner) 0631-411-114
Landstuhl 06371-86-114
Mannheim 0621-730-114
Miesau 06372-842-114
Pulaski/Rhein Ordnance Barracks (ROB) 0631-536-114
Vilseck 09662-83-114
Wiesbaden 0611-705-114
Fire Army
Baumholder 06783-6-117
Darmstadt 06151-69-117
Grafenwoer 09641-83-117
Heidelberg 06221-678-117
Hohenfels 09472-83-117
Kaiserslautern (Kleber, Panzer, Daenner) 0631-411-117
Landstuhl 06371-86-117
Mannheim 0621-730-117
Miesau 06372-842-117
Pulaski/Rhein Ordnance Barracks (ROB) 0631-536-117
Vilseck 09662-83-117
Wiesbaden 0611-705-117
Poison Control Europe 06371-86-7070
Toll Free 00800-444-88444
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