With a Phillips Lifeline Systems, you can have the peace of mind knowing help is always available with just the press of a button.
What is a Lifeline?
Lifeline is a simple, wireless device worn as a pendant or wristband. (Auto Alert only comes in a pendant.) Lifeline allows the wearer to summon help with the push of a button 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. When activated, Lifeline connects to a trained Lifeline response associate, who quickly accesses the users profile and dispatches the appropriate assistance. This lifesaving device helps you loved ones remain independent.
Who installs the Lifeline?
A representative of Culbertson Memorial Hospital will personally handle all Lifeline installments.
How much does Lifeline cost?
The cost to enroll in the Lifeline program is $30 a month, with a one-time installation fee of $30. There is no physician referral required. The monthly program fee of $60 will apply for Auto Alert Button systems, this new system automatically sends a signal when the client has fallen and can not push their button after 30 seconds. For clients who wish to use their mobile device, the monthly program fee is $55 monthly program fee will apply for the new wireless unit that works with mobile devices.
To find out more about how Lifeline can help your or your loved one remain independent, call Donna Walters at 217/322-4321, ext. 5259.