Lexington, SC, June 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Not only is the HELP medical alert button a great way for seniors to contact emergency medical help 24/7, it is also an immediate contact point for many Home Healthcare services that can improve the quality of life for seniors. The HELP Call Center will assess each situation when contacted through their medical alert button. If emergency help is needed, they will send it right away. If the situation requires a different type of intervention, however, the Call Center will make a direct connection to any one of a number of in-home health services. No longer will seniors need to wonder how to access necessary services- they just need to push their medical alert button to gain immediate transfer to the right professionals.
Declining health is a typical part of the aging process and it becomes increasingly necessary to access different types of home care. In order to enable seniors to continue to live independently, MSA has developed a personal medical connection so information and resources are available at the touch of a button. The Call Center, accessed through the medical alert button is staffed continuously with live help so every situation can be personally analyzed and directed to the appropriate type of help.
Services available through the Call Center include access to home health care, hospice services, home medical equipment, diabetic supplies, home infusion therapy, respiratory services, enteral nutrition and even non-medical home care. MSA has a specialized care team in each of these areas, eliminating the need to hunt for information and services when a medical question relating to these common aging needs arises. By developing a specialized care team, MSA addresses the over-lapping needs of many seniors as they age. Family members are able to relax, knowing their loved ones have the dignity of living independently, while still being able to connect to medical help when they have questions, problems or emergencies.
Medical Services of America addresses the frustration and confusion of not knowing where to turn for sound advice and referral to a variety of familiar healthcare issues associated with aging seniors. The push-button medical alert button, worn on the body, provides instant access, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to a live Call Center with trained professionals to intervene and provide necessary services to your loved one anytime day or night.
For additional information on the HELP medical alert services, contact Christy Jeffcoat, Medical Services of America, at 1-(866) MSA-4TLC, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or online at http://www.helpforyou.com/. If you know a senior citizen who enjoys living independently and needs the safety and security of being able to access Home Healthcare services at the push of a button, The HELP medical alert system is available today. Medical Services of America has locations across the country. They have been serving those with home care needs for over 35 years.