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Medical Alert System


Help at the push of
a button 24/7

Get protection and Peace of Mind today with medical alert systems. Press your help button to get the help you need 24 hours a day. Live safely and Independently with MedAlert System

In Home Alert System

Get help at the push of a button 24/7


Our in-home system allows you to safely age in place without the fear of slips and falls. The POM base unit is easy to install and consists of a small speaker box that plugs into a phone jack on your wall and an electrical outlet. Press your 100% waterproof button you will get immediate help.



  • 24/7 US Based Emergency Monitoring
  • Unlimited button pushes
  • Free 24 hour Tech Support
  • Waterproof Help Button


In Home Wireless Alert System

No landline? No problem!


The same award winning protection as our home medical alert except no landline is needed. The wireless system uses cellular coverage to offer 24/7 security. The system is powered by the AT&T cellular network and we take care of the service for you.





  • 24/7 US Based Emergency Monitoring
  • Unlimited button pushes
  • Free 24 hour tech support
  • Personalized responders

Do I need a Medical Alert System?


A medical alert gives seniors and those with chronic medical conditions the peace of mind, security, and confidence to continue with daily activities and maintain independence in their own home.


How do you know if you or the person you care for needs a medical alarm? Evaluate the need by answering the following 9 simple questions.


1.Is it important for the person you care for to continue living independently?


2.As a caregiver, are you having difficulties finding time for yourself?


3.Has this person been hospitalized or required emergency medical assistance?


4.Does the person fall frequently or are they at risk of falling where they live? Are they anxious or nervous about being alone?


5.Does this person require an assistive medical device to help with balance or walking?


6.Is this person required to take several medications each day?


7.Does this person have any of the following chronic medical conditions?

  • Hypertension
  • Stroke
  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
  • Osteoporosis
  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes

8.Does the person you care for require assistance with at least one of the following daily activities?

  • Dressing
  • Grooming
  • Bathing
  • Toileting
  • Eating
  • Meal preparation

9.Is the person you care for alone for several hours during the day and/or night?

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