If a person deceases at their home
The General Practitioner (on duty) must be notified so that they can carry out a post-mortem examination. The physician arranges for transportation of the deceased. Our institute has a dispatcher service for reporting deaths which operates around the clock.
You can contact us at the following numbers:
+36 1 262-8733; +36 1 261-0737
We provide non-stop deceased transportation services and, based on calls from GPs, arrange for the transportation of dead bodies from their homes possibly within 4 hours. Death is one of the most shattering events in human life, and so we intend to act with great responsibility in every case when the passing of a person is reported to us. Therefore, calls made from and received to the phone numbers indicated above are recorded and recordings are retained for a while.
Death in a hospital
The Post-mortem Examination Certificate and the “Record on the Notification of Death” Form are issued by the hospital’s admissions office and provided to a relative.
If you notice that someone has died at your workplace, in a public area or on a public transportation vehicle, please report it to the Police. For the removal of these bodies, we have a stand-by deceased transportation team, which is available to the Budapest Police Headquarters’ (BRFK) Life Protection Group around the clock.
If a Hungarian national passes away abroad, or if a foreign national passes away in Hungary, an international funeral director will make the necessary arrangements.
For information, please contact the staff members of our Funeral Arrangements Offices, or contact our Customer Service by dialling our toll-free number during working hours.
If you have any specific question, please contact the staff members of our Funeral Arrangements Offices,
or contact our Customer Service during working hours by dialling our toll-free number: +36 80 200 611.