DON’T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT YOUR HELPCard
HELPCard is FREE and available to everyone. Just add your information from a selection of options and your HELPCard will be ready to be printed.Learn More
IN AN EMERGENCY
HELPCard is the most important card you could carry in an emergency.
If an unforeseen combination of circumstances poses an immediate risk to health or life and you’re forced to call for an urgent need for assistance, HELPCard is that missing link needed by emergency services and first responders to help you. Be prepared!Learn More
MANAGE YOUR HELPCard
Create an account and manage your HELPCard from anywhere in the world. One family member can manage multiple HELPCard accounts.
Data should continually be updated. Simply print your new HELPCard!Learn More
Always have your HELPCard on your person, in case of an emergency!
Approximate *46% of medical errors occur while patients are being admitted because they don’t have their important medical information at hand.
Ill-advised prescriptions can also be fatal as approximately **7000 deaths each year in the United States are related to medication related errors.Learn More
HELPCard ON YOUR PHONE
Whether you are travelling locally, internationally, on business, on holiday, alone, with family, friends or business colleagues, HELPCard will always be by your side.Learn More
WHEN SECONDS COUNT
Time is of vital importance in case of an emergency.
When your health is at stake, having your current medical data at hand assists first responders, doctors and nurses to make the correct decisions.Learn More
As time is of paramount importance especially in an MEDICAL EMERGENCY having your current medical data at hand will assist • paramedics • doctors • nurses • etc. … to correctly diagnosing and treat you correctly in the early stage of an MEDICAL EMERGENCY more people die in an emergency situation due to wrong medications being given and due to lack of patient “YOUR” knowledge
It is estimated that 46% of medical errors occur at patient’s admission or discharge because of lack of information (Ref: Medical Errors USP Patient Safety CAPSLink)