Are you at Brussels Airport and are you in need of urgent medical assistance? Then you can count on the Brussels Airport Rescue-Team's qualified doctors and nurses.
Who can count on the Brussels Airport Rescue-Team?
The Brussels Airport Rescue-Team is available around the clock. In order to be able to provide a smooth service, we ask you to try and come to the Brussels Airport Rescue-Team facilities yourself, if possible. If it is impossible for the patient, please call +32 2 753 63 63 mentioning:
After a call for medical help, the patient needs to stay where they are!
The Brussels Airport Rescue-Team facilities for urgent medical help are located in the terminal at ground level (level 0), at the exit towards the bus station.
If you’re in distress, you can of course always contact the European emergency number 112 as well.
The Federal Police operate two separate services at the airport: the aviation police and the federal judicial police.
The police services at the airport are permanently available at the central telephone number: +32 2 709 66 66.
Saniport, the Federal Airport Health Authority, implements the International Health Regulations (2005) at the Points of Entry - in Belgium's territory. It establishes a first health barrier against potential global health threats (e.g. SARS, pandemics) and actively participates in controlling vector-borne diseases (malaria, Chikungunya disease, West Nile virus).
The Federal Airport Health Authority officials monitor the hygiene status of the equipment used by airport passengers and are responsible for destroying luggage and consignments which represent a health risk.
They also issue certificates regarding the international transfer of mortal remains. For more information, visit www.health.belgium.be.
You can contact the Federal Airport Health Authority at these phone numbers: