Fire department and emergency medical services: 112
in case of fires or if someone is in an acute, potentially even life-threatening emergency situation
Medical on-call service: 116117
when someone needs immediate medical attention, but the situation is not life-threatening and when the normal doctors' offices are closed
they can tell you which local on-call practice is open
in special emergencies, for example, when someone is too sick to get to a doctor's office, emergency services can send an on-call doctor to their home
116117 is the number to call, e.g. for non-life-threatening illnesses
Poison emergency hotline of the Charité University Hospital Berlin: 030-19240
Did you drink flower water or dishwater? Or did you eat an unfamiliar mushroom? Did you break a mercury thermometer in your office or lab? If you are worried about exposure to poison or need information in advance, for example about poisonous plants, you can call the poison emergency hotlines.
In case of life-threatening poisoning, please dial 112 right away.
In the case of accidents at work or on the way to or from work, it is absolutely necessary to see a Durchgangsarzt to have the accident recognized by the Unfallkasse Brandenburg (Brandenburg Accident Insurance Fund).
This applies to employees as well as students.
Technical Control Center of the University of Potsdam: 0331 977-2010
general matters such as the unlocking of seminar rooms, as well as in case of failure of ventilation systems or other disruptions of building installations