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Medical Alert Comparison

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    Use the menu on the left to search for the type of Medical Alert System you are looking for.

  • 2. COMPARE

    Compare Medical Alert Systems in order to determine which is best for you.

  • 3. CHOOSE

    Choose a "Top Rated" Medical Alert System of your choice with a leading provider.

  • Medical Alert Comparison View our side-by-side comparison of 2014's best medical alert devices.
  • Medical Alert Reviews Learn about the different features to look for when choosing a new medical alarm unit.
  • BEST MEDICAL ALERT Your price can vary when selecting an alarm system so it's good to know the costs involved.
  • MEDICAL ALERT BRACELETS Bracelets and medical alert watches are increasing in popularity giving senior citizens piece of mind.
  • Emergency Response Systems Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) allow seniors to remain in their homes for longer periods of time.
  • ALERT SYSTEM FOR SENIORS Learn about personal emergency response systems, medical monitoring, and fall detection for the elderly.
  • SENIOR FALL SAFETY A medical alert system is one way towards peace of mind for seniors. Find other great safety tips to safe proof your home against a fall.
  • MEDICAL ALERT PENDANTS Alert pendants can also be stylish, resemble jewely, and be sleek making for a better and more enjoyable experience.
  • MOBILE ALERT DEVICES Learn how mobile alert devices can call and alert an emergency medic 24/7, every day of the week.
  • EXPERT ADVICE Get expert tips on medical alert systems and increasing the safety and security of your home.

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BEST MEDICAL ALERT SYSTEMS

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MEDICAL GUARDIAN REVIEW

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See a review of Medical Guardian's medical alarm system including an official emergency help button test.

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BAY ALARM MEDICAL REVIEW

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Watch a quick demo of the Bay Alarm Medical alert system including information on how to setup the system and how it works...

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ABOUT US

Medical Alert Comparison was created to help parents and the elderly compare the best medical alert systems on the market. The importance of keeping our family in tact through the years is the number one most important facet in our lives. Health and Safety should always be put first and that's why the team at Medical Alert Comparison was created. We're here to provide seniors and parents with an outlet to find, compare, and order a medical alert device that works the best for you.

Through regular reviews of all features and facets of medical alarms including in-depth unboxing video reviews, pictures, and unique points of view, we hope you enjoy the website, join our social community, ask questions, help others, and continue to live a life with no worries about your family. You can now feel confident and secure in that if there ever was an emergency, help will be there in a quick press of a medical alert button.

WHY USE MEDICAL ALERT COMPARISON

Medical Alert Comparison is a free service that compares medical alert systems, alarms, and companies. We then provide a rating and review for medical alarm companies. Information is provided to parents and senior citizens around the world who may be presented with quality featured medical alert offer to protect them against medical, fire, flood, and home invasion emergencies.

Feel free to browse the site to find great content, reviews, and come back often for great daily deals and discounts on med alert systems. Save money, save time, and take one step forward towards protecting your family or yourself for years to come.

Not all medical alarm systems are created equal. Some alert systems are higher quality, have more reliability, faster response times, longer ranges with GPS or mobile reach, additional medical or fall monitoring technology, and some medical alert companies can be held with a higher level of trust in w event of a personal medical emergency. Medical Alert Comparison is here to help you every step of the way and get you on the path to safety, security, and living an independent life.



WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN COMPARING MEDICAL ALERT SYSTEMS

Shopping for a medical alert system can be a confusing process. Every company seems to offer the same service; namely, pressing a button and getting help. There are definitely differences between providers, however. Here are some things for which to look out when you compare medical alert systems.

The first one, obviously, is price. You will find that the prices are all pretty much in the same range, about $30 per month for 24 hours a day, seven days a week monitoring. But some companies have hidden costs, such as activation, shipping and equipment fees that other companies do not have. You’ll have to dig a bit, but you will be able to see which companies charge these fees when you do you medical alert comparison.

It is important to read the fine print on the contracts of each company. Some companies require you to sign up for a year of service; others have no contracts. Some companies offer refunds if you cancel, while others do not. It is vital that you understand the differences between the contracts of different medical alert companies before putting your signature on one of them.

It seems that almost each company provides at least one option that other companies do not. When you compare medical alert systems, you will find that one medical alert company, for example, will offer fall detection, while no one else will. Another company might allow you to hook your system up through a cell phone med alert rather than a traditional landline. And with yet another system, you can talk and hear the monitor through your emergency pendant, rather than having to communicate through the base unit.

Each company has something that sets it apart from the competition. Sometimes it is a rare feature like one of the items above, or sometimes it is something more subtle. Either way, a medical alert comparison will turn up those differences, and perhaps that one difference will sway you towards one company and away from the others.

There are also differences in the equipment each company provides. They all offer a base unit and at least one emergency button. But some companies build their own equipment while others buy from an outside manufacturer. There are vast differences between medical alert pendants. Some feel like substantial, solid pieces while others feel cheap. Some look like pieces of jewelry while others look likes pieces of, well, you get the idea. When you compare medical alert systems, make sure you ask about the equipment. Many company websites include photos of the pendants so you can see what you will be wearing around your wrist or neck for the rest of your life.

Conducting a medical alert comparison is the first step towards acquiring a medical alert system. It is also perhaps the most important step. With so many providers of medical alert devices, it is crucial to know the differences between them to find the one that would offer the system that meets your individual requirements. Just like every person is different, not all medical alert systems are built alike. You want to choose the one that is right for you; the decision could literally mean the difference between life and death.

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