Important Places and Phone Numbers

Here you will find a list of important phone numbers and places in Berlin

Important phone numbers:

Emergency Phone number:  112

Emergency Police Hotline: 110

Police Hotline:  +49 30 4664 4664 (for non emergency matters.  Information about office hours, station locations etc)

Medical hotline (for non-emergency related medical problems outside of normal doctors surgery opening hours): 116 117

Dental emergency hotline: +49 30 89 004 333

Poisons hotline: +49 30 19 240

Addiction and Drug hotline: 01805 31 30 31

Tourist Information: +49 30 2500 2333

Main Hospitals in Berlin:

Mitte

Charité Campus Mitte

Charitéplatz 1

10117 Berlin

Tel: 030-450-50

Tiergarten:

Franziskus Krankenhaus

Budapester Str. 15-19

10787 Berlin

Tel: 030-2638-0

Charlottenburg:

DRK Kliniken Berlin Westend

Spandauer Damm 130

14050 Berlin

+49 30 303 50

Friedrichshain:

Vivantes Klinikum im Friedrichshain

Landsberger Allee 49

10249 Berlin

+49 30 130 230

 

 

 

English Speaking Doctors:

Dr. Med. Lisa Liccini

Windscheidstr. 31 (entrance: Pestalozzi Str. 58)

10627 Berlin

Tel: +49 30 324 1887

www.doctorliccini.com

Dr. Med. G. Kowalski

Giesebrecht Str. 7

10629 Berlin

Tel: +49 30 883 4014

www.doktor-kawalski.de

 

English speaking dentists:

Dr. Udo Schulwitz

Georg-Wilhelm-Straße 23

10711 Berlin

Tel: +49 30 8906 8494

www.schulham.de

 

 

Dr. Robert Heym

Dr. Ulrich Mitzscherling

Dr. Burghard Schräjahr (dentist, dental surgery)

Teltower Damm 39

14167 Berlin

Tel: 030-845-7500

www.berliner-zahnarzt.de

 

Other important places:

Immigration Office (Ausländerbehörde):

For visa extensions, work visas, working holiday visas

Friedrich-Krause-Ufer 24, 13353 Berlin

Opening Hours  (Be prepared for long wait times if you don’t have an appointment)

Monday 7am – 2pm

Tuesday 7am – 2pm

Thursday 10am – 6pm

Website to make appointments: http://www.berlin.de/labo/auslaender/dienstleistungen/

 

Local Council Office (Bezirksamt)

If you plan on staying in Berlin more than a couple of months you will need to register your address with the city of Berlin.  You will need the registration document (Anmeldebestätigung) if you plan to open a bank account, apply for a visa, or open a phone or internet account.  All you need to do is head to your local council office (Bezirksamt) with your passport and a copy of your rental contract.  The process only takes a few minutes.  To avoid having to wait too long we recommend heading early in the morning.

Check out the following website for links to the various council offices around Berlin where you can register your address http://www.berlin.de/politik-und-verwaltung/bezirksaemter/

 

Tourist Information Offices

There are a number of Tourist information offices and kiosks located conveniently around Berlin:

Fernsehturm (TV Tower Alexanderplatz)

Brandenburger Tor (Pariser Platz)

The Kurfürstendamm

Hauptbahnhof (Main train station) 

Berlin Airports Schönefeld and Tegel