In Estonia the general emergency phone number is: 112.
If emergency assistance is required from the Embassy, please
contact the Embassy at telephone: 00-372-6811-888.
Our office hours are from Monday to Friday from 9.30-13.00 and
14.00-16.30. If you require assistance due to an emergency
situation outside those hours, the Embassy duty officer can be
contacted at telephone: 00-372-5-690-8340. Please note that
this service is for genuine emergencies only.
In case of emergency, please make contact with the police at their
emergency phone number: 112.
If you are the victim of a crime while in Estonia, please contact
the nearest police station as soon as possible. The police
will assist you in filling in a report on the incident. You
will be asked to sign the draft report and will normally be given a
copy of it to keep. The report may be necessary for follow-up
investigation or for insurance claims, etc.
If your passport is lost or stolen, you should firstly report the
loss or theft to the nearest police station as soon as possible
after the event. The police will issue you with a document
confirming that you have made the report. You will be
required to present this document at the Embassy when applying for
a replacement travel document.
If you wish, you may also contact the Embassy, who can facilitate
your communication with the police forces.
In case of an emergency situation for which you require an
ambulance call 112. Below is a list of the major hospitals in
Keskhaigla, Central Hospital
Ravi 18, Tallinn
Mustamäe Haigla, Mustamäe Hospital
J. Sütiste tee 19, Tallinn
Tallinna Lastehaigla, Children’s hospital
Tervise 28, Tallinn
Tartu Ülikooli Kliinikum, Tartu University
L. Puusepa 1a
Pärnu Haigla, Pärnu Hospital
Ristiku tn 1, Parnu