Emergency numbers

Remember to dial 018 before the telephone number if you are ringing from a mobile telephone. This applies to all telephone numbers except for the general emergency number, 112.

General Emergency 112
First aid (018) 5355
Medical Care (018) 538 500
Dentist (018) 14 600
Poison Control Center (09) 471 977
Maritime rescue call center 029 41 000
Maritime rescue (018) 19 475
Police (018) 527 100
Vet (018) 528 600
Vehicle towing (018) 31 747, 0457 313 5747, (018) 21 400

Defibrillators around Åland

There are around 200 defibrillators in Åland. Go to www.hjartstartare.ax and download the mobile app m.hjartstartare.ax which is showing where the nearest defibrillator available when you are staying in Åland. Save the app on your mobile desktop so that you are able to help if you would get into a situation where a defibrillator is the only way to help the person receiving dangerous arrhythmia or sudden cardiac arrest.


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