WATCHDOG 911 Medical Alert System is a Medicaid-Approved provider for the states of Idaho and Oregon.
Push Button Help
Whenever you need help, just press the button on your waterproof WATCHDOG 911 Medical Alert System Transmitter. You can wear it as a necklace, a handy wristband, or a belt clip. In seconds, a trained operator will respond to your call, find out what help is needed, and dispatch the assistance you need immediately.
Senior Citizen Features
- easy to use
- simple setup
- lightweight and comfortable to wear – designed to be worn 24-7
Better Business Bureau Accredited
WATCHDOG 911 is an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau with an A-Plus rating.
Medical Alert Systems FAQs
Why should we choose WATCHDOG 911 Medical Alert Systems?
WATCHDOG 911′s philosophy is to provide the best medical alert system equipment and monitoring and a price that is affordable and easy for senior citizens.
How is WATCHDOG 911 Medical Alert Systems able to charge less than other Medical Alert System companies?
By providing the best equipment and monitoring services in the market, we are able to provide services at a volume to support the lower price.
How long does it take to receive and install my WATCHDOG 911 Medical Alert System?
Upon receipt of your order, WATCHDOG 911 will have an enrollment specialist contact you. If we can ship the system on the same day we will, otherwise it will be shipped on the next business day. WATCHDOG 911 provides FREE SHIPPING.
How do I install the WATCHDOG 911 Medical Alert System?
Included with your WATCHDOG 911 Medical Alert System, is easy-to-follow, step-by-step activation instructions. There is no assembly of any kind.
- Open the box
- Plug the Medical Alert System Console power cord into the wall
- Connect the telephone line to the Medical Alert System Console
- Turn on Medical Alert System Console power button
- Push pendant to test the Medical Alert System Console
Is the WATCHDOG 911 Medical Alert System easy to use for seniors?
WATCHDOG 911 Medical Alert System is designed so that the ONLY thing a subscriber needs to remember is “If you need help, push the button.” The button is very large and easy to find on both the Medical Alert System Pendent or Wristband.