Important phone numbers
Fire, accidents, danger, emergencies: Dial 112
Calls to 112 are free from landline phones, public payphones and mobile phones with and without a SIM card.
In Danish: Alarm 112
Non-emergencies call your local police station: Dial 114
Calls to 114 are routed to your nearest police station. This number should be used when reporting a crime, if you need help and information about permits, or if you have a tip for the police etc.
In Danish: Politi
Out-of-hours medical service: Dial 70 11 31 31
All contact with the out-of-hours medical service is by phone. The doctor in charge will assess over the phone whether you should be examined by a doctor. See more on the procedure in the section on Out-of-hours medical service.
In Danish: Lægevagt
Accident and emergency ward: Dial 87 31 50 50
Before contacting the emergency ward or the hospital, you will need a referral from your doctor or the out-of-hours medical service.
In acute situations you can call ahead: Dial 87 31 50 50
In Danish: Skadestue
Address of the emergency ward:
(entrance F from Sundvej)
Note: You may not simply appear without a referral or prior notification.
Out-of-hours dental service: Dial 75 62 75 00
In case for acute severe teeth damage at weekends or holidays you can call the out-of-hours dental service to get immediate dental service. This is expensive though, so you should use the out-of-hours dental service only in case of severe damage that needs immediate treatment.
In Danish: Tandlægevagt