Are you looking for a medical alert system in Kentucky? You have come to the right place. There are a few questions you have to first ask to determine which system is a good fit. The first and foremost questions you have to figure out is if you have a landline phone line. If you don’t have a landline/home phone line, then it is a good idea to look into a wireless system (which we offer). If you do have a phone line, then you may be interested in one of the standard Traditional medical alert systems, or the newer LifeSentry medical alert. The main difference between these two systems is how you speak with the operator. With the Traditional system, you speak through the base unit and with the LifeSentry, you speak directly through the necklace or bracelet. The Traditional is less expensive, but still very effective. If you live in a small house or condominium/apartment, then the Traditional could suit you just fine. It is water resistant (can be worn in the shower, bath, etc.) and is lightweight. The LifeSentry, also water resistant, is great for larger houses and residents that spend a lot of time in the front and backyards of their houses. Both of these fall under the category of Kentucky medical alert systems because we are registered to work in Kentucky.
With either of these systems, if the user presses the button and is unable to respond, our certified EMT (Emergency Medical Technicians), will disconnect from the Kentucky medical alert systems and attempt to call the distressed users house. If no response, they then follow the pre-designated plan of action which can include calling emergency contacts, dispatching, or a combination of both. Of course if we cannot get a hold of emergency contacts, we recommend a dispatch, but it is all user preference. When a user presses the button, is unable to respond and does not answer their telephone, it most likely is an emergency, but you are welcome to setup a custom plan.
All of our Kentucky medical alert systems come with a free lockbox. The lockbox goes on a permanent fixture and allows the first responders easy access into the home. The lockbox securely holds a spare key and when we dispatch, we provide the combination to the first responder. In this manner, if the user is unable to get to the door, they are able to enter the home without busting down the door or breaking a window.
Our most basic medical alert system; includes both a bracelet and necklace attachment.
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A mobile medical alert; speak directly to an operator through the wearable device.
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