In case of an emergency in Slovenia, you can dial the following numbers:

The common European emergency call number: 112
Number for the police: 113

When you dial 112, you should provide the following information:

  • Who is calling.
  • What happened.
  • Where it happened.
  • When it happened.
  • How many are injured.
  • What the injuries are.
  • What the circumstances at the scene are (fire, hazardous substances, damaged gas or other connections).
  • What help you need.

For the police emergency number 113, provide the following information:

  • What happened (e.g. traffic accident, criminal offence, fight).
  • Where it happened (place, type of road, e.g. motorway, driving direction, nearby buildings).
  • When it happened (did you witness the incident or were you involved in it?).
  • Whether anybody is injured, the number of persons and vehicles involved.
  • Any other information that could help ensure your safety and the safety of other people.

In terms of healthcare facilities, the University Medical Centre Maribor is one of the major hospitals in the city. It’s located at Ljubljanska ulica 5, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia. Always ensure to have the contact details and address of the nearest hospital when you’re staying in a new city.

Please note that misuse of the emergency call numbers is a punishable offence. Use these numbers responsibly and only in case of genuine emergencies.

University Medical Centre Maribor