Emergency Service Telephone Numbers

(English is spoken)

Ambulance: 199 / 112
Police: 199 / 112
Fire Service: 199 / 112
All Emergencies (Pan-European): 112

Use 112 for any life-threatening situation, including:

  • Serious medical problems (accident, unconscious person, severe injuries, chest pain, seizure)
  • Any type of fire (house, car)
  • Life-threatening situations (crimes)
  • SOS 112
  • Information on the 112 number from the European Commission website

Medical Assistance

  • Hospital Information – Tel: 1400
  • RCC Rescue Coordination Centre (air/sea rescue) – Tel: 1441
  • Drugs/Narcotics/Poison Emergency – Tel: 1401
  • Drug (anti-abuse support) – Tel: 1410 / 1498
  • Doctors On Call – Tel: 90 90 1432
  • AIDS Advisory Centre – Tel: 22 305 155

24-hour Pharmacies

  • Ammochostos: 90 90 1413
  • Larnaca: 90 90 1414
  • Limassol: 90 90 1415
  • Nicosia: 90 90 1412
  • Paphos: 90 90 1416

Hospitals

  • Ammochostos General: 23 200 200
  • Ammochostos Emergencies: 23 200 000
  • Larnaca Old General: 24 304 312
  • Larnaca Makareio: 24 800 500
  • Limassol Old General: 25 305 333
  • Limassol New General: 25 801 100
  • Nicosia New General: 22 603 000
  • Nicosia Makareio: 22 405 000
  • Paphos General: 26 803 100

Call 112 to reach emergency services – medical, fire or police – from anywhere in Europe.

This Pan-European emergency number 112 can be called from any telephone (landline, pay phone or mobile cellular phone).

Calls are free. Operators in Cyprus speak English; if you do not know your location they are able to geo-locate you.