Lifeline Medical Alert Service

What is Lifeline?

Lifeline is an easy-to-use personal response service that ensures that older adults living at home get quick assistance whenever it is needed – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

When you need help, you just press the waterproof Personal Help Button you wear as a pendant or wristband. Within seconds, a certified Lifeline monitor responds, assesses the situation and summons appropriate help, whether it is a neighbor, relative, or ambulance.

Who responds when I press my button?

A caring and trained professional who has instant access to your pertinent health history and personal profile on his or her computer screen.

Why do I need Lifeline?

Life is unpredictable.  An unexpected fall or medical emergency could threaten your future health if help is delayed. With Lifeline, help is assured.

How much does the service cost?

There is no installation fee. There is never a charge for “Service Calls” to diagnose issues, replace batteries or just do some additional training. There is no long term contract to sign. You may cancel the service at any time without penalty.

Rates start at $29.95 for basic service. Additional features are available at a higher monthly rate. We offer buttons with built in cellular technology that operate anywhere in the United States. Please call for more information.

Lifeline is provided by the Parrish Medical Center Auxiliary and its volunteers. For more information please call 321-268-6777.

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