Health Services LIFELINE Personal Response System

A fall, or some other need to call for help, could happen at any time. With the push of a button, LIFELINE cannot only protect a life...it can preserve a cherished way of life by giving seniors the confidence to continue living in their own homes.

 

Program information

The HSHS St. Nicholas LIFELINE program is staffed by two LIFELINE Specialists who assist with any questions or problems, and who install and maintain your LIFELINE equipment.

When you press your LIFELINE button the call instantly goes to a specialized LIFELINE call center which is staffed with trained Personal Response Associates. The associates have access to your complete profile and critical information and will contact you immediately (in English or your native language) to assist you. Even if you can't answer, LIFELINE sends help at once. Whether it is a neighbor, family member or ambulance, LIFELINE will send the help you need right away.

There is a small installation fee and the LIFELINE service costs about a dollar a day. There is no charge to you for the LIFELINE unit itself. There is no long-term contract and you may cancel at any time.
 

Partner information

The HSHS St. Nicholas LIFELINE program is partnered with LIFELINE Systems Inc., the oldest provider of personal emergency response services. LIFELINE has helped over five million seniors. When it comes to experience, capabilities and that special caring touch, no other medical alert service lives up to the reputation of genuine Lifeline®. The emergency response call center is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year by pressing your LIFELINE button.

Start protecting yourself or your loved one today by calling the HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital LIFELINE Program at (920) 457-5770 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
 

For more information

Contact us at HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital LIFELINE Program by calling (920) 457-5770.
Click here to view the LIFELINE application and here for more about LIFELINE.

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