FREE Customized Engraving. See below for engraving instructions.
Feel safe in an emergency without sacrificing style. Our jewelry quality medical IDs are exclusively designed by American Medical ID and custom assembled and engraved to your specifications in the USA.
Grade 2 commercially pure titanium ID plate with black, red, or gold medical symbol
Titanium is corrosion resistant and hypo-allergenic. It is lightweight and durable - slightly heavier than aluminum but with the strength of steel
Curb style chain with claw clasp may be adjusted to fit wrist sizes between 6" and 8 & 1/2"
Slightly curved for a comfortable fit
Item is shipped in a red gift box
Bracelet ID plate is approximately 1 & 1/2" x 5/8"
Total weight is approximately 12 grams - substantial, jewelry-quality, yet so light you'll hardly know it's there!
To have your medical ID custom engraved for FREE, first proceed through checkout entirely and then call American Medical ID toll free at 1-800-363-5985, Mon - Fri between 8 AM - 5 PM CST. Please have your order number and desired engraving information ready.
Engraving Line Limitation Information:
Back only - 4 lines, 11 characters each
What is a Medical ID and Why Should You Wear One?
In an emergency, when you might not be able to speak for yourself, a medical ID bracelet or necklace speaks for you by communicating brief and vital medical information to the healthcare professionals caring for you.
Symptoms of common ailments can easily be misdiagnosed. Prompt diagnosis is critical to effective treatment. A brief description of vital medical facts engraved on your medical ID ensures appropriate and timely medical care.
According to a published study, half of all medical errors occur because of mistakes made upon admission or discharge from the hospital. Wearing a medical ID protects against potentially harmful medical errors.
Over 95% of emergency responders look for a medical ID; over 75% check for a medical ID immediately upon assessing the patient. I f you're wearing a medical ID, it very likely won't be missed.
Medical IDs can eliminate trips to the hospital, reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and prevent minor emergencies from becoming major ones. Medical IDs save lives! One day, a medical ID may save you.
Who Should Wear a Medical ID?
If you have an ongoing medical condition, drug or food allergies, or are taking multiple medicines, you should wear a medical ID. An engraved medical ID bracelet or necklace presenting a concise overview of your condition(s), allergies and medicines will alert a doctor or medic before starting treatment. Informing medical personnel about your unique medical condition(s) and needs will greatly aid pre-hospital care.
Can You be Reimbursed for Your Medical ID?
Some health insurance plans may reimburse you for the purchase of your medical ID. When visiting with your doctor ask for a prescription for your Medical ID jewelry based on your medical condition. This prescription along with your insurance filing form when submitted to your health care plan will act as proof of the medical necessity.
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Customer Reviews for American Medical ID® Titanium Curve Bracelet
Review 1 for American Medical ID® Titanium Curve Bracelet
"My child was born with a medical condition that is life threatening. We've used MediAlert for almost 16 years. I ordered this bracelet phoned the company that does the engraving. They are VERY GENERIC on engraving. The bracelet doesn't have room for phone numbers, medications, treatment, etc. The bracelet arrived and it is nice, it didn't fit him, they seem to run small. The engraving is hard to read. If you have a non life threatening condition this bracelet might work for you."
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Review 2 for American Medical ID® Titanium Curve Bracelet
Date:March 28, 2012
"Love the bracelet. It will be an absolute "life saver". I like the way you can size it to fit. It's a very high quality bracelet for the price I paid."