The Personal Help Button is waterproof and worn at all times as a necklace or bracelet. When the button is pressed in an emergency it activates the MXD Base Unit.
The unit is connected to your existing phone line or VoIP service. When activated by the Personal Help Button the Base Unit immediately dials the 24x7 Response Center.
Within seconds a highly-trained EMD-certified care specialist will speak to the member, assess the situation, and dispatch ambulance, police, fire and/or contact friends and family.
A: The Response Center is based in the USA and is staffed by highly trained, EMD & CPR certified care specialists who are available 24/7, 365 days a year. Services are available in over 150 languages.
A: No, but if you press the button and the care specialist can't hear you help will be immediately dispatched.
A: No, the Medical Alert System works with your existing phone line and is compatible with VoIP and Cable phone services.
A: The best option is to also purchase our lockbox to securely store a key outside the home using a 4-digit combination. You can also hide a key or provide one to a trusted neighbor.
A: The lithium-ion battery in the Personal Help Button lasts 5-7 years. When the battery becomes depleted the Base Unit will notify the Response Center and have a new one sent to you.
A: The MDX Master Unit has its own backup battery that lasts up to 90 hours.
A: The MDX Medical Alert System has a lifetime warranty.
|Monthly Fee||$29.95 (month-to-month)
No activation charge
|Grey Neck Cord||$5.00|
The MXD Medical Alert System is manufactured by Rescue Alert, a family-owned business headquartered in South Jordan, Utah. The Response Center is based in the USA and staffed by highly trained, EMD & CPR certified care specialists.
Over the past 30 years Rescue Alert has led the innovation and set industry standards for medical alarms, monitoring services and reliably provides peace of mind and independence to seniors and their loved ones.
Women 65+ and men 80+ will suffer a fall in their home.
Seniors are treated for fall-related injuries in the US each year.
Of fatalities in seniors are due to injuries sustained in a fall.
Nearly 20% of the US population, 71 million people, will be 65+
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