Ubud Clinics & Emergency Services: Here For You In Times Of Need

Ubud is an ideal place to live, being less crowded and surrounded by nature. Does living away from the main Bali cities mean that we don’t have access to proper medical care here? How to find the best Ubud clinic?

My first piece of advice is to save the following phone numbers in your phone. Just in case!

Emergency Numbers in Bali

  • 🚨 112 – Emergency, search, and rescue operations
  • 🚓 110 – COP Dispatchers
  • 🚒 113 – Firefighters
  • 🏥 119 – Emergency medical and consultation
  • 🚑 118 – Emergency ambulance dispatchers

When you’re in Bali, many things can happen. You might get the flu, sprain your ankle, or even have a motorbike accident. Where to seek medical help?

Small Emergency Hospitals in Ubud

Ubud Clinic

First up is the Ubud Clinic, located in the heart of town. This facility offers a wide range of medical services, including general consultations, vaccinations, and diagnostic testing. They also have a team of experienced doctors and nurses on hand to provide expert care.

https://goo.gl/maps/bWW71gk76XA9NoPT7
+62 361 974911

Bumi Sehat Ubud

https://maps.app.goo.gl/DpMyDLkCqnYEPooVA
+62 0361 970002

BIMC Ubud 24-Hour Medical Centre

If you’re in need of specialist care, the Bali International Medical Center (BIMC) is the place to go. Located just a short drive from central Ubud, this facility offers a wide range of specialist services, including cardiology, neurology, and oncology. They also have an in-house laboratory and pharmacy for added convenience.

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https://maps.app.goo.gl/M344mJVXgZpGgnE26
+62 0361 2091030

BIMC Hospital Denpasar (more than 1h from Ubud)

If you can travel to Denpasar you can also visit the largest private emergency hospital in Bali – BIMC Hospital

https://goo.gl/maps/rNvbZEceK6uE2apa7
+62 361761263

Conclusion

I hope you won’t need this list, but it’s always good to be prepared and have important phone numbers saved in your phone. If you need help, Ubud has plenty of options. For more serious treatments, it’s recommended to go to Denpasar. In all private facilities, personnel speaks proper English. If you wish to visit a public hospital, I recommend taking someone who can translate from Indonesian.

Stay safe and healthy in Ubud!

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