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When the unexpected happens during your holiday Obergurgl-Hochgurgl has an effective solution for every problem: the modern outpatient clinic ensures the highest level of medical care and also gives medication to patients (the nearest pharmacy is located in Sölden). Police and fire department guarantee absolute safety both in front of and behind the scenes of the resort. Important information details and addresses can be found here at a click.
112 is the European emergency number that can be used free of charge in all EU countries. This number can be dialed from a landline or cell phone to notify the rescue service, fire department or police.
A Euro emergency call can be dialed from any phone. Calls will be connected to the nearest security control centre (except Germany).
Tips in case of bad reception:
- Switch off your cell phone - and switch it on again immediately
- Instead of the PIN code, enter the number 112. The cell phone automatically searches for the mobile network with the best reception and connects the nearest security control centre.
Emergency Call: 144Opening Hours:
Assistance for persons who have run into difficulties in the mountains.
You find yourself in an emergency situation in the mountains and have your cell phone with you? As long as you have network coverage you can dial the emergency number of mountain rescue (140) and follow the instructions of the operations center. If you are not within Austria, when you are using a foreign cell phone or your network provider is not available, try calling the standard European emergency number 112.
Experienced doctors and modern diagnosis await you at 1.930 m. Rapid clarification, detailed dialogues and comprehensive supply: we are ready for all kind of injuries and illnesses.
Procedure in case of illness: call the Ambulatorium Obergurgl T +43 5256 6423 - book an appointment - treatment.
No accompanying persons allowed (exeption: parents with babies and patients who need help ...)
We don't do any screening of healthy people (guests | staff) - only for people who feel ill.