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I've, recently, had my MedicAlert subscription renewed.  I've got a shit-load of medical issues and needed to have it replaced.  I've been having more myoclonic episodes as of late.  Given the amount of medications that I'm on and the severity of some of my medical problems, it could very well save my life one day.

When you're helpless and/or hurt, your MedicAlert ID and membership, give paramedics the information that they need in order to save your life.  Don't die of denial…  A medical emergency could happen to you too.  Get the same protection and peace of mind that I have by signing-up for MedicAlert!  For a discount and/or special offer when signing-up, be sure to use my referral code — "JS17-1979".

 

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MedicAlert

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by James Stewart
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Location:  Greater Sudbury Public Library, 74 Mackenzie St., Sudbury, Ontario, P3C 4X8, Canada
 

 

I've, recently, had my MedicAlert subscription renewed.  I've got a shit-load of medical issues and needed to have it replaced.  I've been having more myoclonic episodes as of late.  Given the amount of medications that I'm on and the severity of some of my medical problems, it could very well save my life one day.

When you're helpless and/or hurt, your MedicAlert ID and membership, give paramedics the information that they need in order to save your life.  Don't die of denial…  A medical emergency could happen to you too.  Get the same protection and peace of mind that I have by signing-up for MedicAlert!  For a discount and/or special offer when signing-up, be sure to use my referral code — "JS17-1979".

 

 

 

Why MedicAlert

MedicAlert's been speaking for Canadians in emergencies for over 50 years — saving countless lives.  If you have a medical condition, that can put you at-risk, MedicAlert can help.

 

The MedicAlert Difference

MedicAlert's your voice in an emergency.  Depend upon MedicAlert to deliver the right information, at the right time, and in the right place.

The MedicAlert 24-hour emergency hotline's your connection.

  • To paramedics — providing your full MedicAlert medical history — in just 5 seconds.
  • To your loved ones — immediately, after the hotline's been called — letting them know that you're being taken care of.

The right information's critical.  So, every MedicAlert subscriber's medical record's reviewed by their trained medical specialists — prioritizing, the most critical medical information for emergency responders.

The right information, at the right time, and in the right place.

 
Categories:  Health, Medical, Technology  
Tags:  Self

 
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References:

  1. In Case of Emergency
    by James Stewart Referenced: 
  2. MedicAlert Referral Program
    by MedicAlert Foundation Canada Inc. Referenced: 

 

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