The Emergency Guide has been created in consultation with Cayman’s leading emergency care professionals and provides a quick reference for emergency first aid for simple everyday injuries. For more comprehensive first aid training, and CPR certification, please contact the Cayman Islands Red Cross.
In case of EMERGENCY DIAL 9-1-1
Emergency Action Steps: 3 Cs
If an emergency occurs, stay calm and complete these three emergency action steps:
Check the scene, check the person for life-threatening conditions, and obtain consent.
Care for the ill or injured person(s). If you are alone, depending on the type of injury or illness, you must decide if you should call 9-1-1 first or provide care first. If you are unsure, call first.
When calling 9-1-1 answer all questions to the best of your ability. Be prepared to provide your name, street address/location, type of emergency and observations of the injured. Listen carefully to questions from 9-1-1 operators in order to assist them in preparing responders to lessen the impact of the situation and enable pre-arrival instructions.
When in doubt always call 9-1-1 and let the experts provide instructions.
TIP: Local calling only requires seven digits. Cayman Islands’ prefix code is (345).
Emergency Telephone Numbers
POLICE, FIRE & AMBULANCE 9-1-1
CRIME STOPPERS 800-TIPS (8477)
CRISIS CENTRE HOTLINE 943-CICC (2422)
Non-Emergency Telephone Numbers
GEORGE TOWN POLICE STATION 949-4222/649-2222
BODDEN TOWN POLICE STATION 947-2220/649-2220
NORTH SIDE POLICE STATION 649-2220
WEST BAY POLICE STATION 949-3999/649-3999
CAYMAN ISLANDS RED CROSS 949-6785
CRIMINAL RECORDS OFFICE 945-4924
HAZARD MANAGEMENT 945-4924
CAYMAN ISLANDS HOSPITAL 949-8600
Accident & Emergency 244-2796
CTMH DOCTORS HOSPITAL 949-6066
HEALTH CITY CAYMAN ISLANDS 640-4040
EMERGENCY POLICE, FIRE & HOSPITAL 9-1-1
POLICE STATION 948-0331/649-0331
FIRE STATION 948-1245
FAITH HOSPITAL 948-2243
EMERGENCY POLICE & FIRE 9-1-1
POLICE STATION 948-0100
LITTLE CAYMAN CLINIC 948-0072
LCC – after hours 916-5395
Cayman Health Directory would like to thank the following organizations that contributed to and provided reference material and content:
- Cayman Islands Red Cross
- Department of Public Safety Communications, Cayman Islands Government
- Department of Labour & Pensions, Cayman Islands Government
- Cayman Islands Fire Service (CIFS)
- Royal Cayman Islands Police Service (RCIPS)
- Hazard Management Cayman Islands (HMCI)
- Health Services Authority (HSA)
- Department of Environment, Cayman Islands Government
- Divers Alert Network (DAN)
NOTE: The Emergency Guide is provided as a reference only. Every effort has been taken to acquire and publish accurate information provided by medical authorities. In case of emergency, always call or have someone call 9-1-1.
Emergency Guide Disclaimer
This section is not designed to and does not provide medical advice, professional diagnosis, opinion, treatment or services to you or to any other individual. This section and any referrals to websites, which we believe you may find helpful is provided for general information and educational purposes only. It is not a substitute for medical or professional care and you should not use the information in place of a visit, call consultation or advice from your physician or any other healthcare provider. Cayman Health is not liable or responsible for any advice, course of treatment, self-treatment, diagnosis or any other information, services or product you obtain after use of this section.
IF YOU BELIEVE YOU HAVE A MEDICAL EMERGENCY, YOU SHOULD IMMEDIATELY CALL 911. If you believe you have any other problem, or if you have any questions regarding your health or a medical condition, you should promptly consult your physician or other healthcare provider. Never disregard medical or professional advice, or delay seeking it, because of something you read in this section or a linked website. Do not rely on information on this website in place of seeking professional medical advice. You should also ask your physician or other healthcare provider to assist you in interpreting any information in this section or applying the information to an individual case.
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