Health and Safety Resources for GeoBlue Members in Nepal and Surrounding Areas

On Saturday, April 25th, an earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale struck Nepal. While the damage is still being assessed, thousands of people have been killed or injured. GeoBlue expats in the area who would like to talk to someone from our EAP counseling service should contact us via phone or email.

GeoBlue has dedicated multilingual resources available 24/7 for members in need of medical care and assistance in any of the areas impacted by the earthquake in Nepal.


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Medical Information

GeoBlue has confirmed that the following hospitals are operational and experiencing a high volume of patients:

B&B Hospital

Ring Road, Gwarko
Lalitpur, Nepal

Phone: 977.1.553.1933

CIWEC Hospital

British-Indian Embassy Road, Lainchau
Kathmandu, Nepal

Phone: 977.1.442.4111

Norvic Hospital

Maternity Hospital Road
Kathmandu, Nepal

Phone: 977.1.425.2922

Nepal International Clinic (this is an outpatient facility)

Lal Durbarmarg 47
Kathmandu, Nepal

Phone: 977.1.443.4642

Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital (TUTH)

LMaharajgunj Road
Kathmandu, Nepal

Phone: 977.1.441.0911

National Academy of Medical Sciences Bir Hospital

Kathmandu, Nepal

Phone: 977.1.422.1119

CIWEC Hospital Pokhara

Meera Hotel Lane, Mansarovar Path, Lakeside
Pokhara, 6 Nepal

Phone: 977.61.463.082

Safety Information

Those currently in Nepal should fully adhere to all government directives under the state of emergency. It should be noted that shelters or other safe locations are at full capacity, and individuals should consider seeking refuge at embassy compounds and related buildings, as many have offered to extend assistance. GeoBlue members in Nepal should be aware of the potential for aftershocks in the immediate-to short-term, which could cause further structural damage.

Information from the Department of State

For assistance regarding U.S. citizens in Nepal, the Department of State has established public emails and hotlines for all inquiries concerning U.S. citizens affected by the earthquake.

U.S. citizens in Nepal who need assistance can contact the U.S. Embassy in Kathmandu at +977.1.423.4100.

If you are making an inquiry about a U.S. citizen, please be prepared to provide the following information:

  • Your name and contact information, and relationship to the U.S. Citizen
  • Full name and date of birth of U.S. Citizen
  • U.S. citizen's passport number, if known
  • The travel itinerary (or group information), if known

How to Learn More

Please visit the following websites to learn about the April 25, 2015, earthquake in Nepal, the US Government response, and how you can help:

We recommend that U.S. citizens be registered with the U.S. State Department Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP), this is a free service to allow U.S. citizens and nationals traveling abroad to enroll their trip with the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate:

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