Useful Numbers

During your stay at INSA de Rouen, you won’t spend all your time at INSA, but you will probably need to contact administrative or health services, among many others ….

In this section, you will find a non exhaustive list of regional and national numbers that you may need to know for your stay to be as comfortable and secure as possible.

Emergency numbers :

  • Medical Emergency Help Service (SAMU – Service d’aide médicalisé d’urgence) : 15
  • Police :17
  • Fire department : 18
  • European Emergency Call : 112
  • SOS Médecins (doctors who can come to your home during the night or whenever you can’t go by yourself to the doctor’s) : 08 03 06 70 00
  • Emergency calls for deaf persons (SMS and fax) : 114

Health-care centers :

  • Anti-poison center, Charles-Nicolle hospital: 02 35 88 44 00
  • Emergencies for adults Charles-Nicolle : 02 32 88 82 51
  • Emergencies for adults Saint-Julien hospital : 02 32 88 65 65
  • Pediatric emergencies : 02 32 88 80 29
  • Gynecologic emergencies : 02 32 88 87 08
  • SOS Allaitement 76, 5, rue Dumont-d’Urville : 02 35 75 42 42
  • Emergencies, Rouen’s Europe Hospital (clinique de l’Europe) : 02 32 18 11 69
  • Cardiologic emergencies, Saint-Hilaire hospital : 02 35 08 66 10
  • SOS Médecins 76 (for Seine-Maritime) : 02 35 03 03 30 ou n° Azur 0 810 635 910

Admnistrative and associative numbers :

  • Seine-Maritime prefecture: 02 32 76 50 00
  • Town hall of Rouen : 02 35 08 69 00
  • Immigration and Integration Office (Office de l’Immigration et de l’Intégration or OFII) : 02 32 18 09 94
  • Tourism Office : 02 32 08 32 40
  • CROUS de Rouen : 02 32 08 50 00
  • Rouen’s CROUS : 02 32 08 50 00
  • CROUS – foreign students’ department : accueil-etrangers@crous-rouen.fr
  • Esn Rouen / Erouensmus Association, working for the integration of foreign students in Rouen (Facebook page)

Embbasies and consulates in France :

As foreign students studying in France for several months or years, you might need to join your country’s embassy/consulate for administrative procedures or any other reason.

SUsing the the following link, you can find the phone number of any embassy in France. This way, you can look for your own country’s embassy if you haven’t its contact.

 Sarah El Khatib