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For more information about these products, call Nina Tsirlin at 216.378.3439

For after hours inquiries, call Lifeline Intake at 1.800.242.1306 ext.4963

About the Lifeline Medical Alert System

Philips Lifeline medical alert system sends help your way in three simple steps:

Lifeline AutoAlert Button

AutoAlert Help Button

In-Home Communicator

In-Home Communicator

Summon Help Press your AutoAlert Help Button at any time to activate your in-home Communicator and connect to Lifeline’s 24/7 Response Center. Your AutoAlert Help Button can automatically place a call to the Response Center for help if it detects a fall and you cannot press the Help Button yourself.

Hear a Reassuring Voice A trained Lifeline Response Associate will quickly answer your call, access your profile, and assess the situation.

Get Assistance Know help is on the way. After assessing the situation, the Associate will contact a neighbor, family member, or emergency services based on your specific situation, and follow up to confirm help has arrived.

 

About the GoSafe Mobile Medical Alert System

The GoSafe Medical Alert System offer 24/7 access to emergency assistance both inside and outside your home. It’s state-of-the-art features include:

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GoSafe Mobile Medical Alert System

AutoAlert fall detection Your AutoAlert pendant is designed to sense when you fall and contact Lifeline automatically if you don’t, or can’t, push the button.

6 location technologies GoSafe uses GPS, WiFi, cellular networks and more to help us quickly identify your location.

Access to our Response Centers 24/7 Our multi-lingual Lifeline Personal Response Associates are professionally trained, standing by to answer your call and assess the level of emergency.

Two-way voice communication Speak directly with a Lifeline Response Associate through your Communicator at home, or directly through your pendant if you’re outside the home.

Ability to call multiple contacts The Response Center will contact a child, caregiver or neighbor if emergency services aren’t necessary.