GoSafe : Your health partner! – Fondation du CHUM

GoSafe : Your health partner!

Did you know that by getting the Go Safe service from Philips Lifeline, you protect your health while contributing in giving the best in healthcare to CHUM patients?

For each subscription, a part of the profits will be given to the Fondation du CHUM.

GoSafe is the new mobile personal emergency response system from Philips Lifeline. Designed for those that are looking for an easy-to-use system that can help provide them with a sense of confidence to continue to get out and live life to the fullest.

Medical Alert System with GPS and Fall Detection

The GoSafe medical alert system combines Philips AutoAlert Fall Detection technology and GPS, WiFi and other locating technologies to provide you with the confidence you need to live an independent life on your own terms. No matter where you are you will still have access to 24/7 help should you experience a fall or need medical assistance.* Living a life of independence shouldn’t be restricted to the home environment, you should feel comfortable going for a walk or even taking a vacation.** To learn more, click here!

HomoSafe : Added layer of protection

HomeSafe Medical Alert System with Automatic Fall Detection. Take comfort in knowing your button will call for help, even if you can’t.

Everyone wants to live independently, but as we age, that does come with some risks. HomeSafe with AutoAlert can help you continue to live on your terms. Our proven automatic fall detection technology is designed to automatically detect true falls, with a low rate of false alarms, and gets access to help quickly.1 It’s an excellent choice for those with a history, risk, or fear of falling. To learn more, click here. 

Thanks for your support towards the Fondation du CHUM!

*Certain limitations subject to third party cellular provider availability and coverage. Signal range may vary.

**Figure is based on the number of undetected falls that have been reported to Philips Lifeline by U.S. AutoAlert subscribers for the period from January 2012 through July 2012. Undetectable falls can include a gradual slide from a seated position, such as from a wheelchair, which may not register as a fall.