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Medical I.D.

In a medical emergency, your I.D. can speak for you when you can't speak for yourself.
If you were ever unable to speak for yourself, how would emergency medical personnel know if you're allergic to certain drugs, have diabetes, or otherwise need special care?

When seconds count, make sure you get accurate medical treatment, appropriate for your condition. If you have any chronic medical condition, your Publix Pharmacy recommends you wear medical identification.

It's easy with an American Medical ID bracelet or necklace, beautiful jewelry with a brief description of critical medical facts about you. It's the most personal and important accessory you can wear.

Medical Charms The Publix Pharmacy is proud to partner with American Medical ID to provide top quality medical identification bracelets and necklaces.

Always wear your medical I.D. And have the confidence of knowing you'll be taken care of properly in an emergency.

Click here to visit the American Medical ID Web site. By clicking this link you will leave and enter the American Medical ID site that they operate and control.

Proper emergency medical treatment could be in your hands.
More than 95% of emergency medical personnel check for medical identification jewelry, and more than 75% check for it immediately before assessing a patient.

Proper diagnosis and identification of your condition impacts your treatment both immediately and in long—term recovery.

Don't take the chance that your medical treatment may not be appropriate for you. Keep your important medical information easily accessible with American Medical ID.

Who should wear a medical I.D.?
Medical Charms Anyone with one or more of the following conditions should always wear a medical I.D. bracelet or necklace:
  • Alzheimer's/Dementia
  • Anemia
  • Asthma
  • Blood thinners/ anticoagulants (such as Coumadin/warfarin)
  • Cardiac patients (angina, atrial fibrillation, pacemakers)
  • Clinical trial patients
  • Diabetes
  • Emphysema
  • Epilepsy, seizures
  • Food, insect and medicine allergies
  • Hearing, sight and mentally impaired
  • Hypertension
  • Multiple medications
  • Rare diseases
  • Special needs children
  • Stroke risk
  • Surgery, transplant and cancer patients

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Publix Pharmacy is offering a FREE prescription drug program for certain oral antibiotics, regardless of the customer's prescription insurance provider.

Our Health Center is an invaluable medical resource. Learn about the vitamins, herbal remedies or homeopathic practices that can help prevent or treat many conditions.