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Woman wearing mother of pearl medical ID bracelet with gold and silver links

“I love this. I am a jewelry girl who loves and appreciates good craftsmanship. Classic, bold, understated pieces, love them all. As such I would not wear a much needed medical bracelet because they all clash with everything and make you stand out not in the way that you intended. This piece is beautiful.”

Woman wearing stainless steel medical ID tag with white medical caduceus symbol

“I love this bracelet! The stretchy makes it so easy to get off and on, though I rarely take it off. They even noticed that I ordered a different size than the last time and called me to make sure that was the correct size. I will always order my medic alert bracelets from Lauren’s Hope.”

Man wearing black medical ID bracelet with mesh bracelet and white medical symbol

“This is a really high quality product. A must have for anyone looking for something with style, slim profile and a sleek design. Easy to put on; strong magnet keeps things in place.”

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Who Needs A Medical ID?

Learn how custom engraved medical alert jewelry can save your life in an emergency.

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What Should I Engrave?

80% of first responders consider custom-engraved emergency medical IDs to be the most effective forms of medical alert jewelry.

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Lauren’s Hope reinvented medical alert jewelry in 2001. Over the last 20 years, we’ve perfected the art of conveying your personal medical info to first responders through stylish medical alert bracelets, medical ID necklaces and medical dog tags. Wearing your medical information is a great way to alert others with your details which can help prevent an event from turning into a life-threatening emergency.

First responders are trained to check your wrist and neck for medical alert jewelry. All of our medical ID designs incorporate the medical caduceus symbol which is easily recognized. This symbol is what alerts first responders to your custom engraved emergency ID. Engraving the details that are relevant to your personal medical status is what matters most when choosing which pieces you want to own. Our medical ID tags hold up to 6 lines of engraving with 25 characters per line allowing you to inscribe what matters most.

You can read our engraving guide for more information about what to engrave.

We offer medical ID jewelry that suits every lifestyle. Our range includes durable 24/7 waterproof medical alert necklaces and bracelets, stylish and on-trend medical ID jewelry as well as a full line of med ID bracelets that are designed to help those who have trouble putting jewelry on and off by themselves.

Lauren’s Hope is located in America’s heartland and available to answer any questions you may have. Each piece comes with a ONE YEAR WARRANTY, and resize service if needed. Our hope is that anyone who needs to wear a medical alert bracelet finds the one that makes them feel safe and comfortable everyday. We believe that the best medical ID is the one you want to wear.

What Medical Alert Jewelry Is Right for Me?

  • What is medic alert jewelry?
  • What is the best medical alert bracelet to buy?
  • What style of alert jewelry is right for me?
Medical alerts are bracelets and necklaces marked with a medical caduceus or staff of life symbol, which indicates the presence of medical information. 95% of first responders check the neck and wrist for medic alert jewelry, which can include pendant or dog tag necklaces as well as a variety of bracelet types, such as hypoallergenic cuffs, classic med ID chains, stretch styles, silicone med alert bands, and more.
The best medical ID bracelet is one you like and will wear daily. Here are a few other things to consider when shopping for the best medic alert bracelet:
  • • How much engraving space do you need? Our interchangeable styles have some of the largest engraving allowances.
  • • Will you wear your medical alert bracelet around the clock? If so, look for a stainless steel or silicone medical alert band for water-friendly, 24/7 daily wear.
  • • Will your information change? Interchangeable med IDs allow you to replace your medical alert tag without replacing all of your bracelets.

Deciding on a style of medical alert jewelry will help you narrow down your choices. Consider who will be wearing this medical alert. Are they:

  • • Stylish, fashion-forward: Consider an interchangeable medical alert bracelet. Made of a bracelet strand and medical alert tag, both pieces can be mixed and matched with others, allowing for a fresh look every day.
  • • Active and sporty: Silicone and stainless steel med alerts are best for highly active individuals who want to wear their med alerts during outdoor, water, and sports activities.
  • • Young and growing: Kids who like their medical alerts are much more likely to wear them. Help your child choose a med alert by visiting our boys’ and girls’ sections.