EMC Medical Alert System

 

Safety and Peace of Mind are just a call away, at the press of ONE button!           

Living independently is the desire of most individuals.  However, there are times when living alone can mean there is no one to assist you in an emergency.  Your elderly and disabled loved ones can remain safe and independent because EMC Security now offers a Medical Alert System that includes a small pendant with a button to communicate- The EMC Medical Alert System.  It is the smallest, and most powerful, two-way communication device on the market.  Works anywhere inside and around your home.

Powerful.

From your shower, your driveway, or even your garden, the EMC Medical Alert pendant puts you in direct, voice –to-voice contact with an operator at our local 24-hour monitoring center located in Suwanee, Georgia.  Anytime you have an emergency, the monitoring center operator can dispatch emergency medical services, or contact friend or family member, or both.  Other medical alert devices you must be in "range" of a base station, forcing you to scream for help from another room hoping that that someone  can hear you.  Please click on How EMC Medical Alert Works to see the new medical alert technology and learn more about how EMC Security responds to medical emergencies.  

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Practical.

No bigger than a business card, the EMC Security Medical Alert pendant is the smallest voice-to-voice emergency alert device available.  This easily worn medical alert pendant has a button that allows direct two-way voice communication.  If there's an emergency, you can speak directly through the pendant to our local monitoring center at the press of a button!  And we will continue to communicate with you until help arrives.

Reliable.   

To ensure you get the help you need, fast, we provide certified, local, 24-hour local monitoring with all our units.  And, unlike the other competitors, we handle all of the installation and programming.

Affordable.

Central station monitoring – for only $21.95 per month.  Medical alert monitoring is provided on a monthly basis, which means you are never locked into a contract.   Please click on our Frequently Asked Questions for additional details.

Trustworthy.

EMC Security is  your local medical alert company.  EMC Security is owned in equal parts by the electric utility companies of Jackson EMC, Walton EMC and GreyStone Power.  These companies have each provided almost 80 years of service to Georgia residents.  It’s been a  goal of  EMC Security to continue the tradition of providing the best customer service possible.


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EMC Security is the most trusted business and home security, alarm systems and alarm monitoring provider in Metro Atlanta serving * Atlanta , Alpharetta, Acworth, Athens, Canton, Chamblee, Cumming, Dacula, Decatur, Duluth, Dunwoody, Flowery Branch, Gainesville, Johns Creek, Kennesaw, Lawrenceville, Lilburn, Marietta, Milton, Monroe, Norcross, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Snellville, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, Tucker, Winder, Woodstock.  Georgia Home Security Systems - Atlanta Alarm Systems – Gwinnett, North Fulton, Forsyth, and Dekalb County Alarm Monitoring - Home Security Monitoring - GE Security System -  Security Systems with No Phone line.  EMC Security offers the best in quality residential and commercial security solutions because we understand that peace of mind is important to everyone, regardless of budget. That's why our alarm monitoring is provided starting at only $16.95 per month with no contract required. In addition to peace of mind, EMC Security alarm monitoring can result in lower home owner's insurance rates. At EMC Security, we not only help protect your home, we also protect your wallet! We will work hard so that you can have the best security system possible.  EMC Security is jointly owned by Jackson EMC, Walton EMC, and GreyStone Power - with a history of serving Georgia residents for more than 80 years.

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