MediPendant™ is the first monitored medical alert device that allows you to speak and listen directly through the pendant. Unlike many of the other medical alarm systems on the market today, the user speaks directly through the pendant to communicate with the operator at a monitored call center.
MediPendant™ enables the user to communicate directly through the pendant. There is no need to be near the base station. MediPendant’s™ two-way voice speakerphone technology has superior battery life and enhanced range enabling the user to communicate from virtually anywhere inside and outside the home.
It is very simple to install. Just plug in the power cord and the phone jack. There are no tools required. Everything is color-coded for easy installation.
In an emergency, simply push the button on the wearable pendant and communicate with the operator. There is no need to use a regular telephone.
A highly trained emergency response call center operator will answer the call. The call center is a state-of-the-art medical alert monitoring company with operators trained to provide on-call assistance. All operators are bi-lingual and are guaranteed to stay on the line until help arrives.
No, unlike most medical alert systems on the market today, with MediPendant™ you communicate directly through the PENDANT. The user has much more freedom to move in and around the home.
Users can be up to 600+* feet from the base station. This gives the user incredible range when compared to other medical alarm systems.
The pendant uses a Li123 battery that can be purchased at any local pharmacy or hardware store.
The pendant makes over 90 calls on a single battery. With our lifetime battery replacement program, there are never any worries or additional expenses.
The base station provides up to 30 hours of backup battery time and its batteries will recharge once power has been restored.
As long as the button on the pendant is pressed and a connection has been established, the call center is aware that there is an emergency and can take the proper steps to send help.
No, the system dials a pre-programmed toll-free number.
* Line of sight