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Behavior in an emergency

We all want a safe life without major surprises. If it happens anyway...

What to do in an emergency?

Outside our practice opening hours and during the weekend, the emergency procedure can be listened to on our telephone answering machine.

The emergency practice of the Zug family doctors

http://www.notfallpraxis-zug.ch/ at the Zug Cantonal Hospital in Baar is available at the following times:
Mon/Thu/Mi/Fri: 18:00 to 23:00
Thursday: 15:00 till 22:00
Saturday: 09:00 till 22:00
Sunday and holidays: 09:00 to 21:00

Pediatrician at the following times:
Mon-Fri: 19:00 till 22:00
Saturday: 14:00 till 20:00
Sunday and holidays: 10:00 to 12:00 and 16:00 to 20:00

Emergency number 0900 008 008

Alternatively, the emergency number of the Zug Medical Association 0900 008 008 should be an additional offer, which is then, if you can not reach us, contact point. This number is operated by a medical professional and is chargeable (Fr. 3.23/min). Depending on the current problem, possible solutions are offered, the family doctor on duty is named or the ambulance service is notified.

Emergency medical number 144

In urgent cases, call 144, there are highly qualified specialists around the clock to help you. Keep the "5 W rule" in mind:
WHO is calling?
WHERE did it happen?
WHAT has happened?
HOW many people are involved?
WAIT for queries - don't just hang up on...

Other emergency numbers

For your safety, also note the known emergency numbers:
117 Police
118 Fire department
144 Rescue service of the Kt. Zug
1414 REGA
145 Toxicology center (emergency with poisoning)
143 The offered hand
041 399 11 11 Zug Cantonal Hospital in Baar
041 784 07 84 Andreas Clinic Cham




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