Med IDs are thoughtful, useful gifts. For people with diabetes, heart conditions, allergies, and more, gifting a medical alert shows you truly care.
All you need to know about DNR bracelets and do not resuscitate jewelry, including general info, what it means, what to engrave, and more. Read now!
Every day here at Lauren’s Hope, we custom engrave medical ID jewelry. We engrave medical ID dog tags and medical alert bracelets and medical ID plaques and on and on. Some of them are rotary engraved for a discreet, tone-on-tone appearance. Most are premium laser engraved, as this process offers contrast for ease of reading.
If you have had gastric bypass surgery, it is important to wear a gastric bypass medical ID to alert EMTs or first responders to your surgery.
USB bracelets and Tech IDs are both popular options today. How can you know which is best for you? Learn about pros and cons for each at the Lauren’s Hope blog.
Of all the things we’re asked here at Lauren’s Hope, what to engrave on a medical ID is one of the most common. In general, we recommend engraving a few essential items: FIRST NAME, LAST NAME MEDICAL CONDITION(S) TREATMENT CONSIDERATION(S) EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBER 1 EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBER 2 However, your medical ID is as unique
Choosing a medical ID bracelet or necklace for yourself is a matter of selecting the type and style you like and determining what to engrave. But choosing a medical ID bracelet or necklace for a child is a little bit different. Here are a few tips to help you find the best medical alert bracelet
Medical ID jewelry used to be pretty straightforward. It was metal, plain, and honestly boring or unattractive. When Lauren’s Hope produced the very first stylish, interchangeable medical ID bracelet in 2001, we changed all of that. We gave people high quality, attractive options and turned something people often felt was an unwanted tag or label
If you’re asking, then odds are the answer is yes. Wearing medical ID jewelry, particularly when it is custom engraved with your specific information, is a simple daily habit that can make a huge difference in an emergency. If you’re not sure, ask yourself: Are you at risk of your health condition(s) causing an emergency?