In case of an emergency while you are in Paris please contact the following:
Police : 17
Fire Department : 18
S.A.M.U (Emergency Medical Team/Ambulance) : 15 or 01 45 67 50 50
Emergency number when calling from a cell phone : 112.
If you are sick and do not want to go to a hospital, you can call SOS Médecins, who will send a doctor to come to your home/hotel room 01.47.07.77.77. If you need non urgent medical attention, practioners in most fields can be found at the Centre Médical Europe, 44 rue d’Amsterdam, 9th arrondissement 01.42.81.93.33. For emergency dental service, call S.O.S. Dentaire, 87 bd. Du Port-Royal, 13th arronsissement 01.43.37.51.00. Monday through Friday from 8pm to midnight, and Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to midnight.
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112 is one internationally-recognized number that will connect you to the emergency services across Europe. The 112 emergency number was first introduced in 1991 so that European citizens could dial just one number, rather than have to memorize a different one for each country.The number is now operational in all 27 EU member states. It should also redirect to emergency services on GSM cell phones in countries including the United States
In all 27 EU member states: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom
The American Citizen Services Unit of the Consular Section of the US Embassy in Paris provides a full-range of passport and citizenship services, birth registrations for U.S. citizen children born abroad as well as notarial and authentication services. ACS also provides information and assistance to U.S. citizens in France. Please note that the ACS does NOT answer questions concerning visas to the United States, hotel or tourist information, or research questions. For more information please visit the Embassy’s website by clicking here. .
All U.S. citizens staying in France under 90 days need a U.S. passport. If your passport is lost or stolen, contact the embassy or consulate immediately. The U.S. Embassy is located on 2 avenue Gabriel 70008 Paris. The phone number is 01 43 12 22 22. More information on passports can be found by clicking here.
This is a list of institutions, individuals, hospitals and/or doctors, that have informed the U.S. Embassy in Paris that they are qualified to practice in the categories specified, and that they are sufficiently competent in the English.