Feel more secure at home with Lifeline
Studies show that 55 percent of all falls by seniors take place in the home. Who will be there for them should a fall or other medical emergency occur? With Lifeline, each subscriber can instantly connect with a trained professional at St. Francis with the push of a button.
More than 500,000 seniors trust the Phillips Lifeline service to respond to their needs at any time of the day or night. Lifeline is the nation’s top medical alert service and is recommended by thousands of leading hospitals and health care organizations across the country.
How Lifeline works
Lifeline is a simple, wireless device, worn as a pendant or wristband, that allows the wearer to summon help with the push of a button from anywhere in their home at any time of the day or night. The button instantly connects to a trained professional, who quickly assesses the situation and dispatches help.
Getting help quickly can reduce unnecessary suffering and could make a real difference in recovery. Anyone interested in Lifeline can call Jodie Reeh, St. Francis Lifeline coordinator, at (308) 398-5660.