Medical Emergency Monitors North Pole AK
227 Miller Hill Rd
Arctic Fire & Safety
702 30th Ave
Alaskan Fire & Safety
975 Van Horn Rd # 2
American Safety-Welding Supls
3512 International St # 12
Farthest North Prosthetic & Orthotics
3520 Industrial Ave
Guardian Security Systems Inc
1201 9th Ave
Northern Fire & Safety
3527 Industrial Ave
Securitas Security Svc USA Inc
3515 Industrial Ave # B
Ultimate Security & Detective
1305 21st Ave # 204
2012 Mill Bay Rd
Medical Emergency Monitoring
Emergency monitoring systems, also called personal emergency response systems (PERS), refer to any electronic devices that connect you with emergency response at the touch of a button. Emergency monitoring systems can give elderly or disabled people the freedom to live independently and safely.
Emergency monitoring systems have three basic components:
- A wireless personal medical alarm & worn by the subscriber. The most popular personal alarm styles are bracelet and pedant-style alarms.
- An emergency console & receives the signal that the medical alarm has been activated then sends a signal to the emergency response center.
- Emergency response center & where a live emergency response operator is available 24-hours a day. The operator will establish two-way voice contact with the subscriber and dispatch the proper assistance.
Emergency monitoring systems are available to rent, lease or buy, depending on the company you choose to subscribe with. The cost of an emergency monitoring system is rarely covered by Medicare/Medicaid, so the subscriber or the subscriber's family usually has to pay for the entire system.
The conditional costs of emergency monitoring vary from company to company but many require you to pay for the equipment (either a monthly rental/lease fee or a purchase price), plus the installation and a monthly monitoring fee (between $15 and $50). An entire emergency monitoring system starts at about $200 and can cost more than to $1,500.
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