In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, our call center will be closed Thursday, 11/26 and Friday, 11/27. Our 24/7 emergency line will remain open. Our normal operating hours will resume Monday, 11/30.
Today, MedicAlert celebrates our ability to have adapted with the times over the past 59 years in order to best serve the needs of our customers. We continue to take great pride in understanding the needs of our customers, and remain committed to putting those needs first.
Your continued feedback allows us the ability to offer essential life-saving services which work in collaboration each day to protect both you and your loved ones.
MedicAlert member Julie Roberts and her family were just a few of the millions of victims affected by the 2012 Hurricane Sandy that affected millions of Americans on the United States’ upper East Coast. Super storm Sandy was blamed for damaging and destroying over 72,000 homes and businesses and took at least 125 lives.
With their New York home immersed in intensifying flood waters, Julie was forced to separate from her family during a devastating downpour.
We’re excited for our partnership with MedicAlert Foundation, which will provide our Hope Paige Medical ID selection of contemporary medical emergency bracelets and awareness jewelry to MedicAlert members.
As a staff member of the national office of the Alzheimer’s Association for the past five years, I have seen some issues from constituents that pop up to surprise us, while others follow a pretty predictable cycle.
Seeing your children diagnosed with Hemophilia B,a bleeding disorder, isn't an easy situation to take in for any parents, but for the parents of Dale & John Katzenberger, that’s exactly what happened two and a half years ago to their two children, Jake and Dixon.
There are many ways you can spend your dollars; yet, not many can compare to the reward of selfless giving. This Tuesday is the second annual #GivingTuesday. #GivingTuesday is an international effort focused around giving thanks and celebrating the tradition of generosity. This year, MedicAlert Foundation is excited to participate in this effort and we are inviting our supporters to join us in this great endeavor. In the spirit of philanthropy, you can make a difference starting today and throughout the New Year.
Thanksgiving has always been a special time of year for me, just as it is for millions of Americans. Each Thanksgiving, I can’t help but recall all the wonderful memories of past Thanksgivings; the changing leaves, the aroma from the oven, and the deep appreciation and gratitude of being around people I love. Thanksgiving has always been the one day, set aside from all others, in which all of us could come together and be grateful for our family, friends, health, and the time given to all of us.
On the 11th day, of the 11th month, of every year, our country comes together to celebrate our veterans and their incredible service to our nation. Unlike Memorial Day, which honors those that have fallen in battle, Veteran Days honors all American veterans, both living and those that have passed, in order to commemorate and pay tribute to all veterans that have sacrificed so much for our freedoms.
Just like Ironman needed his special suit to gain superpowers to protect the world around him, there are thousands of children who feel equally empowered and protected when wearing their MedicAlert ID. And this November 2nd, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., MedicAlert Foundation is encouraging all residents in and around the Turlock area to channel their inner Super Hero and participate in this year’s Super Hero Kids Health and Safety Fair on the MedicAlert campus located at 2323 Colorado Avenue in Turlock, CA.