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Medical Emergency Monitors Washington DC

Local resource for Medical Emergency Monitors in Washington. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to Medical Emergency Monitors, emergency alert systems, as well as advice and content on emergency monitor retailers and providers that are local in or around your area.

815 Conn Ave
(202) 223-1547
815 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC
M Street Partner Holdings Llc
(202) 467-6768
2300 M St NW
Washington, DC
Prince Security Svc
(202) 554-8075
600 Water St SW
Washington, DC
(703) 572-2791
Dulles International Airport
Washington, DC
Security Assurance Management
(202) 293-8011
910 17th St NW # 220
Washington, DC
Watkins Security Agency
(202) 581-2871
5325 E Capitol St SE
Washington, DC
Jenkins Security Consultants
(202) 832-9653
2001 Bunker Hill Rd NE
Washington, DC
Guardsmark Inc
(202) 887-5355
1730 Rhode Island Ave NW
Washington, DC
Command Security Corp
(202) 973-6464
2300 M St NW
Washington, DC
Light House Security
(202) 398-2112
3760 Minnesota Ave NE # 1
Washington, DC

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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DC National Association for Home Care & Hospice

228 Seventh Street

Washington DC , 20003

Phone: 202-547-7424

Fax: 202-547 3540

DC Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association (SOCMA)

1850 M Street NW Suite 700

Washington DC , 20036

Phone: 202-721-4100

Fax: 202-296-8120

DC American Electronics Association

601 Pennsylvania Avenue North Building, Suite 600

Washington DC , 20004

Phone: 202-682-9110

Fax: 202-682-9111

DC Hearing Industries Association

1444 I Street N.W. - Suite 700

Washington DC , 20005

Phone: 202-449-1090

Fax: 202-216-9646

DC Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA)

950 F Street

Washington DC , 20004

Phone: 202-835-3400

Fax: 202-835-3414

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