Incredible!!!! What can I say.... This Application is absolutely amazing. I wish I had this App on my phone back in 2000 when I got into my Major Auto Accident. I'm sure it would have made a world of difference for the EMT onsite that day. Thanks for all the support and motivation. Yourself and the non-profit About the Kids is truly priceless. Don't know what I'd have done without you guys. The App looks great and I look forward to utilizing it and keeping it updated with my future medical information. Thanks again Joey!
Good It would work better if the contact info. could span two lines when needed so I can put both their name and relation to me without it overlapping the phone number, making neither readable. Also, the conditions and devices should be in a bulleted list instead of separated only by commas, plus conditions and devices should be two separate lists. There should also be a designated area for hospital name and patient ID number (like the area for insurance) so they know which hospital to bring you to.
Great Outstanding App! Being prior military we have a way of identifying allergies by our allergy tag on our id tags, if something were to happen. I am glad someone thought of a way identify personal emergency information on an item a majority of people carry around daily. It has all the vital information required in case something were to happen.
The Best One For Me App includes space for rxes, medical conditions, allergies, name/policy # of insurance company, and other info. It has two lines for emergency contact. The "other info" area can be used for just about anything from more emergency contacts to supplemental insurance. This app is simple, and it works well. It's not fancy, but it has the American order of the birth date, m/d/yr. It doesn't include height or weight. If that's important for you, put it in other info. I'm done looking for the perfect app.
Wonderful Idea - Everyone should adopt this I wonder how this isn't already installed by default on every phone. Everyone carries a phone these days, and everyone will at some point have an emergency, and may not be able to give this kind of info to emergency responders themselves. The only thing it needs is maybe a lock screen display. So if you are forced to lock your phone (which most companies force nowadays if you use their email systems) it would still display this info on the lock screen. Or even just display some sort of registration number, where any emergency responder could look up your number and gather the same info, even from a locked phone? That way personal info would not be available to just anyone in case you lose your phone. Just some thoughts. But this is a wonderful idea, and it doesn't cost anything! Could be a life saver.
Risk level needs mod I played around with entering different health conditions to see what risk level arises. Even when I put in "cold" for Conditions And Medical Devices, I end up with a red risk level. Makes me wonder how the color is coded. Otherwise, seems pretty simple to use. Clean interface. Referred to by Sean M. Brown.
Initial version for Android.
Emergency, Medical Contact information. Location of Hospitals, send SOS message
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