Emergency Response that You Can Count On
Emergencies never announce their arrival, which is why the importance of emergency services is stressed in all aspect of life. Your loved elderly need to be covered against any emergencies that may occur, especially when they are alone. While slips and falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries in elders, there are a lot of other medical emergencies that can raise their head unannounced. Emoha Emergency Care services keep watch over your elderly loved ones and spring into action at the first sign of trouble. From ex-defense personnel as first responders who are trained to attend to accidents, perform CPR, and offer first-aid, to certified paramedics for life-threatening situations, the team at Emoha is fully-equipped to provide emergency medical services.
Minimizing Risks wherever Possible
- Emoha Emergency Care services start with a Health Assessment to better understand the clinical conditions and health data of elders.
- A detailed Home Assessment then follows to isolate potential hazards.
- Installation of Smart Sensors is the next step in our emergency medical services that alert Emoha in the event of an accident in the home.
Emoha First Responders are strategically located at hubs that allow them to reach incident scenes within 15-30 minutes from the initiation of a medical emergency. These paramilitary bike riders are highly trained and experienced ex-defense personnel and nurses, which make them uniquely suited to offer emergency care services. Whether it’s a fall, attack, fire, electric shock, heart attack, tumble down the stairs, or theft, your elderly loved ones can summon immediate help with a simple push of a button. Smart sensors can also report signs of trouble in an instant. Our First Responders also help coordinate all the help needed while at the scene such as an ambulance response, firefighters, or the police.
Powering Our Emergency Services
When Moments Count
> Periodic Health Assessment
> Quarterly Digital Health Record Updates
> Smart Home Sensors to track and respond
> Care Manager to support and coordinate care
> 24/7 Emergency Bike Responder
> Home Assessment for Elder Improvements
> 24/7 HelpLine/Concierge for Elder Services
> Electronic Digital Health Records
> Periodic Bespoke Health Monitoring
> Other Emergency Medical Services