Health Monitoring Devices


These devices can monitor and track activities of daily living such as overall comfort, safety and wellness, fitness levels, sleep patterns, and location.

Apple Watch

Apple Smartwatch

In addition to serving as a medical alert device, you can monitor personal health such as heart rate monitoring and fitness tracking. An ECG App can generate an ECG very similar to a single-lead electrocardiogram that is usually performed in the emergency room. In addition to fitness and health, the watch makes it easy to connect with friends and family as it allows you to take calls, listen to voicemail, or text even if you do not have your phone. Useful apps such as Maps, Calendars, alerts to dangerous noise levels that can impact hearing, and Apple Pay are available as well.

Wrist smart device


The medical alert system is available to provide emergency help 24/7. This wearable device puts you in contact with the highly trained professionals at Medical Guardian’s monitoring center at the touch of a button. You can speak to them through the device’s built-in microphone. GPS and Wi-Fi connectivity helps the center’s operators to quickly and accurately find your precise location. They can assess any situation (including if you are unable to speak or respond) and dispatch the help needed. A subscription is required, and a variety of service plans and special offers are available.

Wrist smart device

Garmin Vivofit 4

Automatically detects different activities that can be viewed via the Garmin Connect online. The device can be synced with the free smartphone app. Monitors sleeping patterns and reminds you to stay active with move bar and audible alerts. 

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