Keep the Emergency Medical Identification Card with you to help first responders in case of an emergency. It's free, fast and there's no registration! Simply fill in the form and print. Your data will not be stored or shared with anyone!
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Be safe and carry an In case of emergency wallet card with you to inform first responders, paramedics, doctors, teachers, even friends of your special medical conditions in the event of an emergency. Your information is vital and can help you get the assistance and treatment you need in the event you may not be able to talk or respond. Plus this card contains your emergency contacts information, so your loved ones can be notified in the event of an emergency.
In Case of Emergency (ICE) is a program that enables first responders, such as paramedics, firefighters, and police officers, as well as hospital personnel, to contact the next of kin of the owner of a mobile phone to obtain important medical or support information (the phone must be working). The phone entry (or entries) should supplement or complement written (such as wallet, bracelet, or necklace) information or indicators. The program was conceived in 2004 by Bob Brotchie, a British paramedic, and ICE was subsequently promoted by Bob in May 2005. It encourages people to enter emergency contacts in their mobile phone address book under the name "ICE". Alternatively, a person can list multiple emergency contacts as "ICE1", "ICE2", etc. The popularity of the program has spread across Europe and Australia, and it has started to grow into North America.
The Emergency Medical Identification Card is a personalized printed card, so you don't have to worry about your handwriting. Fill in the form below, and it will be converted into your own printable PDF file. Simply cut out the card, fold on dotted line and put it into your wallet. The card will provide first responders with your name, date of birth, medical condition, allergies, medications, emergency contacts, physicians, preferred hospital and your home address.
This Emergency Medical Identification Card measures 3 3/8 x 2 1/8 inches when folded, the same size as a credit card.
Even if you do not have any medical conditions, you may still consider having this card in your wallet in case of emergency. The card can still provide first responders with vital information about you.
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