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Jūrmala, Bulduri, Vienības prospekts 19/21, LV 2010

Phone: +371 67752254

E-mail: pieraksts@jurmalasslimnica.lv

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ABOUT THE SERVICE

Emergency medical care is provided 24 hours a day!

 

Hospital Emergency Department Phone: 67752072 or 67752254.

 

We provide emergency care to patients over the age of 18 in the following areas:

  • internal diseases
  • neurology
  • general surgery
  • gynecology
  • pregnancy care and obstetrics

 

When to call 113?
Emergency telephone number '113' must be called in emergency situations where a person's life is at risk and minutes are critical to receiving emergency medical care - a very serious injury or sudden illness requires immediate medical attention.

 

EMA service medical personnel should be called if:

 

  • is unconscious,
  • stops breathing or sudden breathing problems,
  • have severe injuries or severe bleeding that is life-threatening,
  • sudden pain in the sternum, which may indicate a heart attack,
  • there is a sudden weakness on one side that may indicate a stroke,
  • other life-threatening situations.

 

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11. may 2015 - Jurmala Hospital
Emergency medical care

ABOUT THE SERVICE

Emergency medical care is provided 24 hours a day!

 

Hospital Emergency Department Phone: 67752072 or 67752254.

 

We provide emergency care to patients over the age of 18 in the following areas:

  • internal diseases
  • neurology
  • general surgery
  • gynecology
  • pregnancy care and obstetrics

 

When to call 113?
Emergency telephone number '113' must be called in emergency situations where a person's life is at risk and minutes are critical to receiving emergency medical care - a very serious injury or sudden illness requires immediate medical attention.

 

EMA service medical personnel should be called if:

 

  • is unconscious,
  • stops breathing or sudden breathing problems,
  • have severe injuries or severe bleeding that is life-threatening,
  • sudden pain in the sternum, which may indicate a heart attack,
  • there is a sudden weakness on one side that may indicate a stroke,
  • other life-threatening situations.