New Mexico Medical Alert

“When my mother pushed the button unnecessarily, you all was real polite and let her know it was ok. But checked to make sure everything alright with her.”
Linda Ellison – Lovington, NM

“This service has been a lifesaver to me a couple of times. I would have died because my lungs were filling with fluid as I laid on the floor. Quick service when I fell out in my garage and no neighbors or anyone could get in or hear me yell. Without the button around my neck I would have been there for several days before I was found.”
Las Cruces – Judy Snow, NM

“My experience has been satisfactory.”
Mary E. Straquadine – Albuquerque, NM

“I haven�t had to use the emergency response unit as of yet. But when I stay alone at times, I feel comfortable that I have it available.”
Emma Chavez – Sante Fe, NM

Resources for New Mexico Seniors:
New Mexico Aging and Long-Term Services Department
2550 Cerrillos Road
Santa Fe, NM 87505-3260
(505) 476-4799

According to the U.S. Census Bureau 2009 Population Estimates, the number of New Mexico seniors has increased by 30.7% since 1999 to 261,342 people.


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