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Topic # 172077 11-May-2015 11:53
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Any flips users out there also have a St John Medical Alarm installed?. Flip's website says "they can't 100% guarantee that medical alarms will work with their service" but if there are Flip users out there a medical alarms installed some feed back would be appreciated.

A: Worked fine, no probs...
B: Worked, but intermittent issues..
C: Not compatible.
D: Not compatible, but I switched from St John to another medical alarm provider which works fine.


Thanks.

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  Reply # 1301899 11-May-2015 12:32
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Does your current or any other provider "100% guarantee that medical alarms will work with their service"?






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  Reply # 1301903 11-May-2015 12:36
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I'd advise against this - when it comes to medical alarms it may not work when you need it most. 

Don't risk it.




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  Reply # 1301907 11-May-2015 12:43
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They have models with a cellular connection available. That would be better for many reasons.




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  Reply # 1302259 11-May-2015 21:03
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mentalinc: Does your current or any other provider "100% guarantee that medical alarms will work with their service"?


Touché lol cool ...(can never be 100%)


They have models with a cellular connection available. That would be better for many reasons.

Hadn't realised there was a cellular option, which is a good alt. Will call St John in the morning...thanks.

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