Quintessentially on LONDON My Baba 25 September, 2012 x- Emergencies Haydn Squibb from the award-winning concierge service Quintessentially has joined forces with The Baba Blog to provide our readers with information on medical and emergency services. We’ll be providing you with the most important telephone numbers for a range of popular destinations. This week, starting at home, we look at LONDON. 999 & 112 The majority of people will know that when you’re over in the UK to reach our emergency services, you must dial 999. This number has been in use since 1937. You can also call 112 to get through to our services. There is no charge for calls to these numbers. INSIDER TIPS Here are a few insider tips in case you need a little extra help if you’re in London and expecting: Kings College London, and The Chelsea & Westminster Hospital have fantastic neonatal units. Over 500 babies a year are cared for at Chelsea and Westminster a year, and Kings College London runs an amazing Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. For specialist care we would recommend the Fetal Medicine Centre, in Harley Street, Professor Nicolaides, the Clinics Director in particular. The Fetal Medicine Centre is a private clinic that carries out ultrasound scans for pregnant women. Professor Nicolaides is considered the leading expert on many fetal medicine issues – especially in multiple births. The scans are very good value if you are going privately.