EPIC-id

In a Flash

Medical emergency bracelets join the digital age with EPIC-id. A flash drive cleverly integrated into the design holds health and identifying information. Fill in as much or as little as you prefer on the available templates—allergies, prescriptions, medical conditions, and even religious or treatment preferences.
EPIC-id
EPIC-id
In a Flash

Medical emergency bracelets join the digital age with EPIC-id. A flash drive cleverly integrated into the design holds health and identifying information. Fill in as much or as little as you prefer on the available templates—allergies, prescriptions, medical conditions, and even religious or treatment preferences.

Today, many first responders have computers on board. In just a few seconds, they can access your info. No special software is needed. The well-known red cross symbol lets others know that EPIC-id is a medical bracelet. Also, a universal USB sign indicates that critical information is a plug in away.

Avid cyclist Lee Gilbert created EPIC-id, knowing that athletes often are out on the road alone. She wants everyone—from children to able-bodied people to those with health conditions—to be prepared in case of an emergency.

Made of hypoallergenic rubber and stainless steel, the bracelet can easily adjust to any size wrist. Helpful whether you’re close to home or traveling, this simple, seamless design will add some peace of mind to your daily life.