Use along with a medical ID Bracelet. Information that you can present to your physician on each visit that list your current medications and other medical information needed to update your medical chart. When you take multiple medications, your risk of a drug interaction greatly increases. Your prescription medications along with over-the-counter (OTC) cold medicines and pain relievers, etc., and whether they might interact is important.
Create a free personal medical ID wallet card by completing the form below, and printing out the final card on your printer and laminate to protect your medical history. Come back and update your card as ofter as needed. FREE! The finished card generated below cannnot be saved at this time. Coming soon we are planning to have a program that will SAVE your information.
Use with Medical Identification Bracelets - Medical Alert Necklace Tags - Alert Charms - Any Medical ID Alert Jewelry
Suggestion: Engrave on your Medical ID, "SEE WALLET CARD", I.C.E. Vehicle Card, etc. This tells paramedics to read your emergency ID card for additional information that may not be listed on your medical bracelet. Update wallet card as needed to your history current; easy and less expensive than buying new identy bracelet when information changes.
Generate your personal medical ID wallet card on your computer keyborad with nothing to install or download. Complete form below.
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To generate a FREE Medical Emergency Information Card,
please complete the following form and click on 'Create Medical ID Card!' button at bottom of
Information entered to generate your Free Medical Wallet Card is not submitted or stored for any purpose. After you complete and print your card and close the print window, all information is deleted from your computer.
All fields on the form below are optional.
Include as much necessary information as possible to assist medics and other first responders in the event of an emergency.
Certain characters, will affect the formatting of the card text.
Do not use parentheses ( ) or quotation marks " " in form below.