My Emergency Data Launches Wearable Medical Alert ID USB’s to Help Save Lives

My Emergency Data Launches Wearable Medical Alert ID USB’s to Help Save Lives
The company’s founder created a medical alert ID with a built-in USB that can store over 100 pages of patient information

Medical Alert IDs can help save lives in emergencies. A medical ID with a built-in USB can give first responders quick access to one’s emergency contacts and complete medical history. My Emergency Data, a company specializing in medical alert IDs understands this special need. To help save lives and give peace of mind, the company recently launched its wearable Medical Alert ID USB’s that can store over 100 pages of information including one’s photo, emergency contact information, medical conditions, allergies, medications, living wills, healthcare power of attorneys, and any other important information all without the need of wi-fi or passwords so the information is accessible even in remote locations.

“My Emergency Data transforms the safety landscape with the launch of Medical Alert IDs on USB wearables,” said Jeff Legleu, the founder of My Emergency Data.

Medical Alert IDs provide first responders one’s emergency contacts and medical information even without internet and passwords. Users can also change and update the information on their device anytime. Its data storage, which comes with a pre-loaded 6-page medical questionnaire that simply requires users to fill in the blanks, offers consumers a more affordable Medical Alert ID option.

Legleu started My Emergency Data after his father was rushed to the emergency room. It took the responders more than four hours before reaching Legleu and informing him of the situation. His father couldn’t remember his medications, the surgical procedures he has had, and his doctor’s information, which resulted in delayed treatment. Legleu got upset and decided then that there had to be an easier way for first responders to have critical information at hand immediately.

“My father waited over four hours in the Emergency Room while they tried to contact me, never again,” Legleu shared. Legleu consulted with medical professionals and came up with a complete 6-page template including emergency contact information, medications, surgeries, implants, allergies, doctor’s names, and numbers, and more.

Information needed to provide essential treatment when it is needed most can be found on the Medical Alert USB ID lodged on wearable devices like bracelets, wallet cards, and other items that one can wear or use daily.

According to the company, 95% of first responders, and 75% of Emergency Room personnel said they look for some sort of medical alert ID during emergencies. At home or in a vehicle, the company also offers notification decals to let responders know you are carrying a Medical Alert ID USB to determine the best course of treatment as well as notify one’s emergency contacts quickly.

The company also offers key tags, notification decals and wallet cards to notify responders that there are pets at home that may need to be cared for in the owner’s absence. A portion of the proceeds of the sale of these products goes to no kill and animal rescue organizations.

About My Emergency Data

My Emergency Data is the affordable, safe, and easy alternative to traditional Medical Alert ID’s. The innovative device combines wearability and technology, which allows a person to store his or her medical conditions, emergency contact information, medication list, a pet alert, and more all in one place. This accessory enables first responders to react fast and administer proper medical attention during an emergency. With My Emergency Data, now you, your family and even your pets will feel safe.

For more information on My Emergency Data’s Medical Alert USB ID, visit

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