Disaster Preparedness

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Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes and tornados

A Personal Medical Information Storage Device lets you prepare for emergencies before they happen. 


Hurricanes and natural disasters are a part of every day life and the national weather service continues to expect terrible storms in the future.


Earthquakes on the west coast, tornados in the Midwest and floods throughout the nation cause hundreds of emergency evacuations every year.


Hurricane Katrina displaced tens of thousands of people, most of them hundreds of miles away from home or other family members. Many of these with injuries or medical conditions were treated by doctors that had incomplete information about the patients medical history putting the patient at risk.


FEMA and the Red Cross recommend that you maintain a 72 hour emergency kit which includes a list of important information as part of a disaster preparedness plan. That list should include your emergency medical and contact information.


Don't wait until its too late, make MEDAlertâ„¢ a part of your family's disaster recovery plan and you'll have the protection and peace of mind you deserve.