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Czech Republic

Pohotovostní telefon: +420 606 769 010 Centrum tísňového volání: 155 a 158 Členové Horské služby poskytují první pomoc v případě nehody či zranění a obstarávají převoz pacientů speciálními vozidly do přístupných míst u komunikací nebo na stanice Horské služby.

Vozy záchranné služby odvezou pacienty do nejbližší nemocnice. Zahraniční návštěvníci hradí tyto služby prostřednictvím svých zdravotních pojišťoven. HS ČR spolupracuje se všemi složkami Integrovaného Záchranného Systému (IZS), je členem IZS – složka na vyžádání. Všechny systémy jsou vzájemně propojeny.

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