Senior Safety


Millions of seniors have a variety of medical conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and Alzheimer's which should be immediately known to emergency personnel. 

Every senior should carry a MEDAlert™ to provide responders with identification information, current medications, allergies/reactions, and existing medical conditions all of which are critical to appropriate medical treatment.

Diabetes (over 13 million), diagnosed heart disease (23 million), Alzheimer's, transplant surgery, patient's currently on blood thinners such as Coumadin, epilepsy, asthma, severe allergies, cancer patients and medication allergies such as penicillin and other antibiotics are all conditions that should be brought to the attention of emergency personnel.

MEDAlert™ is important to alert medical providers about many conditions such as:


• ADD/ADHD                        

• Anemia

• Ankylosing Spondylitis

• Asthma

• Autism

• Blood thinners 

• Cancer patients

• Cardiac patients

• Cerebral Palsy

• Clinical trial patients

• Diabetes 

• Emphysema


• Epilepsy,  seizures

• Food, insect and medicine allergies

• Hearing, sight and mentally impaired

• Hypertension

• Mental health patients

• Multiple medications

• Multiple Sclerosis

• Parkinson’s Disease

• Rare diseases

• Special needs children

• Stroke risk

• Surgery, transplant patients 

The Journal of American Medicine reports that the number of deaths in US hospitals due to medical errors is disturbingly high. Protect yourself and family members by making your MEDAlert™ information available to reduce the chance of medical errors.