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In a life-threatening situation, call 112.

If you’re not in a life-threatening situation, call your GP or the out-of-hours GP service.

How to contact the Erasmus MC

To contact the Erasmus MC, call +31 10 704 01 45 (our lines are open around the clock). 

Where should you go in an emergency?

The address of the Accident & Emergency Department is: Dr. Molewaterplein 40, 3015 GD Rotterdam.

Although you are not allowed to park your car in front of the Accident & Emergency Department, you may stop briefly to drop off or pick up a patient.

Car park

There’s a multi-storey car park just 200 metres from the Accident & Emergency Department: Wytemaweg 12, 3015 CN Rotterdam

What should you bring with you?

  • an ID document or passport;
  • proof of registration from your health insurance company;
  • a letter of referral from your GP (if you have been given one);
  • a list of medication you are currently taking (if you have one).

If you’re likely to be admitted to hospital, you should bring toiletries, a dressing gown, slippers and pajamas or other nightclothes with you. If you are taken to hospital by ambulance, don’t forget to bring along a change of clothes, a coat and a pair of shoes.

What should you do when you arrive?

When you arrive at the Accident & Emergency Department, you should first report to the reception desk.