Do you carry a medical alert card?
a sample medical alert card

Many of us have medical issues that emergency medical staff need to be aware of — but what if we aren’t able to communicate those needs when it matters?
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Create medical alert cards for you and your family members

Travis Mayor has created a medical alert form and a medical alert card you can customize using Adobe Acrobat reader.

Not convinced? Here are 8 reasons why you need a medical alert card.


Travis Mayor and his familyTravis Mayor is a personal injury attorney based in the Portland area town of Tigard. He is dedicated and focused on seeking justice for injured people and their families. For over eight years, he has been solving clients’ legal problems both in the courtroom and in settlement negotiations with great success. Travis carefully accepts a limited number of clients so he can execute effectively and communicate promptly. Travis handles all cases personally, and provides tailored service for each and every client.

A native Oregonian raised in a family of respected attorneys, Travis carries on tradition of practicing law and learned very early the importance of serving clients with wise legal analysis, advice, representation, and advocacy.

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  1. Thank you for posting this information. I did checkout the medical alert form and medical alert card on the Mayor Law website, http://www.mayorlaw.com. Very easy to create the card and I was especially impressed with the ability to add a picture. Now my 88 year old mother has a free medical alert card that lets EMS personnel know about here heart valve replacement. I can’t believe we didn’t do this before. Thanks again — Tom.

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  2. Thank you for posting my Medical Alert Card. It is my goal to to provide a free and easy resource for families to prepare for an unexpected medical emergency. These cards communicate vital health information and we have one printed for each member of our family. Especially our parents who are on various medications. Happy to answer any questions.

    Travis

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