- For an ambulance call 999, or 112 from a mobile phone. English-speaking dispatchers are rare, however, so you’re probably better off phoning a medical centre with multilingual staff.
- For nonurgent treatment, you can go to one of the city’s many przychodnia (outpatient clinics). Your hotel or embassy can provide recommendations.
- There are plenty of pharmacies in Warsaw where you can get medical advice; look or ask for an apteka.
Apteka 21 All-night pharmacy at Warszawa Centralna train station.
Damian Medical Centre Reputable private outpatient clinic with hospital facilities.
EuroDental Private dental clinic with multilingual staff.
Lux Med Private clinic with English-speaking specialist doctors and its own ambulance service; carries out laboratory tests and arranges house calls.