Dickinson County Healthcare System's Lifeline program provides a 24 hr emergency unit for use in the home, which enables people to easily contact someone by pushing a personal help button if they need assistance in a health emergency.
Every day, Lifeline helps thousands of people to live more independent, active lives at home. No matter what health concerns or special needs exist, Lifeline users will always be in close touch with people who care. Lifeline's professional staff will provide the link to assistance when needed, so Lifeline users are free to go about their daily activities with more confidence and less worry.
There are several good reasons why people need Lifeline. From general concerns about falling to the simple security of knowing that assistance when potential medical emergencies occur is always available in their homes.
To learn more about the Lifeline program offered by Dickinson County Healthcare System, please contact Dickinson Home Health at (906) 779-7820 ext. 5.