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Health in Belfast Nobody wants to be ill or suffer an injury during their holidays but it is vital that you know who to contact should the worst happen.

To call an ambulance in Belfast dial 999. 112 may also be used as an alternative. Using 999 can also alert the fire brigade, police, cave rescue, mountain rescue and coastguard services. You should state who you need when the operator prompts you.

The main accident and emergency hospital in Belfast is called City Hospital [map] and can be found at Lisburn Road. If you find yourself closer to East Belfast you can use the hospital in Bangor at Castle Street but you will only be able to go there if you have minor injuries. For emergency situations in that area you should contact the Ulster Hospital [map], Upper Newtonards Road, Dundonald.

If you’re experiencing other problems during your stay in Belfast it’s sometimes good to talk to someone anonymously. We’ve gathered together a list of contacts and helplines that might be able to offer you some confidential advice:

Other useful numbers:
Organisation Telephone
AIDS Helpline Belfast 0800 137 437
Alcoholics Anonymous Belfast 028 9043 4848
Rape Crisis Centre 028 9024 9696
Belfast Immigration Office (1232) 322-547
Legal Aid Department 0232 24 64 41

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