I am a volunteer EMT/FF. I realized this past summer how many people, myself included, go hiking, biking, kayaking etc. without any type of identification. I couldn't venture a guess as to how many times I've responded to an unresponsive patient with no ID at all.
I recently discovered an ID bracelet called 'Road ID'. The basic models has your name, phone # and emergency contact # engraved on it. These go for around $20. The other type has your name and a website / phone # on the front . There is a password & pin number on the back. An emergency responder can easily access your medical info and emergency contacts. The only information given is what you choose to have released. This type also starts at $20 with a yearly internet charge of $9.95.
They can be contacted
by going online at: www.RoadID.com
by calling the Customer Service Department: 800-345-6336
by mail: Road ID, 516 Enterprise Drive, Erlanger, KY 41017
by fax: 859-341-5965
Best regards, Capt. Larry email@example.com
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