I’m not sure how my medical ID should be engraved, what do I do?Mark Di Santo
- List only those medical conditions that would be important in an emergency. For example, a minor surgery that took place several years ago may no longer be relevant to your current medical care.
- Space is limited, so summarize your information with short, descriptive words. Any information that cannot go on your medical ID bracelet or necklace can be written on a wallet or purse ID card.
- List only medicines you wish to be engraved. Generally, this would be prescription medicine, taken on a long-term daily basis. You may wish to list the most important medicines first.
If you need help deciding what to engrave, ask your physician or pharmacist, or you may call our Customer Service, 1.866.791.1384.