Multiple Access Points for Medical Personnel


      Frequently in accidents people are separated from their wallet or purse. First responders are trained to look for both printed and digital access to medical records. No one medical card or single access point can be relied on to alert medical personnel. More access equals more protection.

      • Emergency Contact Data Member Photo ID Cards provide medical record access to EMS and ER Staff.

        The Emergency Contact Data card is distinctive, includes the individual’s photo, and fits into the primary ID location in wallets and purses.

      • Emergency Contact Data Keychain Tag with name, member ID, and QR code give first responders and medial personnel immediate access to your medical records.

        Three Key-chain tags can be attached to highly visible items that a person carries.

      • Emergency Contact Data windshield and window decals alert medical personnel and first responders that your medical records are available for viewing.

        Windshield / home window decals alert first responders to the immediate availability of emergency, medical information.

      • The Emergency Contact Data mobile app for Android and Apple phones and tablets provides immediate access to your personal medical health records.

        The Emergency Contact Data mobile app is available for both Android and iOS mobile devices and displays the member’s emergency, medical data within 5 seconds.

      • Emergency Contact Data medical record alert sticker for smart phone and tablet.

        The mobile app is supported by an alert sticker that is applied to the back of the phone or tablet.

      • Members can easily print their personal health record and have it available in case of an emergency.

        The person’s entire medical profile can be printed and kept in the glove compartment or console of a vehicle, carried with important papers while traveling or placed at home for access by babysitters, family members and emergency personnel. Nothing can take the place of Emergency Contact Data protection when a person is traveling, even when in the most remote place.

      What you do now could save your life!