There are many options when looking for a medical alert system in Phoenix, Arizona, but which one is the best and which ones provides a better standard of service? The first inquiry should be the quality of the equipment and the quality of the operators monitoring the equipment. Once the button is pressed, it sends a signal to the base unit. After the signal is received by the central operating center, the operators follow the pre-designated plan of action or dispatch in the event of an emergency. If there is no response, the operators can either directly dispatch or go through the emergency contact call list.

All of the systems available should be water resistant so that the use can wear them while in the shower, washing the dishes, etc. A lot of slips and falls happen around water and it’s always a good idea to err on the safe side.

Another question to ask is how much does the bracelet or necklace wear. It should be around a half an ounce and not too bulky. The Phoenix Medical Alert necklaces and bracelets need to be comfortable to wear all the time. In this manner the user won’t be without their bracelet or necklace and will have it on them in their time of need.

Linear PERS

Our most basic medical alert system; includes both a bracelet and necklace attachment.
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eResponder

A mobile medical alert; speak directly to an operator through the wearable device.
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LifeSentry

Speak directly through both the bracelet and necklace 24/7 to an EMT certified operator.
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