Hopefully you won't need any of this information, but in the event that you do...
(You can also call the Police or Carabinieri in case of fire or medical emergency.)
» Lost or stolen documents
First you must file a report at a Carabinieri or Polizia station. Both have offices at Termini station. Otherwise, you can go to one of the following central police stations:
Once you have filed a report at one of these offices, go to your embassy.
Remember to keep your cheques and the receipt for them SEPARATE.
Before filing the police report as above call the toll-free number given by your bank.
Lost or Stolen Credit Cards
Call the appropriate toll-free number listed below, then file a police report as above.
In order to make any claims you must always FILE A POLICE REPORT. Then follow the procedure given by your insurance carrier.
» Health Care
E.C. Citizens are entitled to free health care but must show the E111 form. Australians are also entitled to free healthcare upon presentation of a valid MediCare card. Other foreign citizens are entitled to free emergency treatment at public hospitals.
Embassies can supply a list of doctors who speak English (or other languages).
There are pharmacies (farmacie) all over Rome, recognizable by a green cross ouside. A few suggestions:
Late Night Pharmacies
All pharmacies have a list posted outside that indicates the pharmacies in the area which are open late at night. A few suggestions: