Lifeline Emergency Response
Living on your own can be enjoyable and rewarding. However, sometimes you may be concerned about the possibility of a bad fall, and accident or a sudden illness. With Lifeline Emergency Response, you will feel more relaxed, secure and confident.
Lifeline is a personal emergency response system which links you to a 24-hour assistance with the push of a button. It allows you to move freely around your home or yard with the confidence of knowing that if you need help, Lifeline will call for it. A small portable personal help button is worn on a neck cord or wrist strap. If you need help, simply push the button. A Lifeline Communicator connected to your phone line sends an automatic call for help. Specially trained personnel receive your help call and immediately attempt to make contact with you. If assistance is needed, they will contact your personal responders – either nearby friends or relatives who can check on you. For more serious situations, an ambulance or the police will be dispatched.
Lifeline Emergency Response is a program of the Partners of Memorial Medical Center.