Emergency / Health Services
(Ambulance – Hospital – Fire – RCMP)
Debonair Campground Civic Address: 23079 PR403. Please give this address when calling 911.
If you need to report an emergency dial 9-1-1. Stay on the line, stay calm and explain the emergency, as well as the address where the emergency is occurring. Let the operator control the conversation and stay on the line until you are told to hang up. Emergencies are defined as:
- Any medical emergency (heart attack, accidental poisoning, etc.)
- Any crime in progress (break & enter, robbery, etc.)
- Any situation where people or property are at risk (fire, violence, etc.)
On very rare occasions, you may get a recorded message when dialing the 911 emergency line. Do not hang up. Your telephone call will be answered as soon as an operator is available.
If you would like to report something to the Police that does NOT meet the definition of an emergency (listed above), then dial the St. Pierre RCMP Non-Emergency telephone number 433-7908 or 433-7433. This can include crimes that have occurred and the offender has left and is not returning, late night noise, etc. For Non-Threatening/Emergency injuries or need for medical attention, call the De Salaberry District Health Centre at 433-7611. They can also assist you with medical questions/concerns.
Nearest Firehall is located in the town of St. Malo on the corner of St. Malo Street (Main Street) and Highway 218. Fire services are provided by a volunteer fire department. Call 911 for Fire Emergency.
24-hour, 7-days a week telephone information service. Staffed by registered nurses with the knowledge to provide answers over the phone to health care questions and guide you to the care you need.
Call anytime (204) 788-8200 or toll-free 1-888-315-9257.
DeSalaberry District Health
354 Prefontaine Ave. Telephone: (204) 433-7611