Medical Alert Lock Box
Medical Alert Lock Boxes allow first responders to get into your home without knocking down the door. When the correct pass code is entered into the Lock Box, it opens to reveal your house key.
To install the lockbox, just enter your 4 digit pass code, open the door, and place it on a sturdy pipe or door handle. Attach a key to the key ring inside the door panel and close the box. It is now ready to use. Remember to tell Pioneer Emergency the location of the box!
We will program your medical lock box with a four-digit code of your choosing. They are reprogrammable, but if you do chose to change the code, please tell us the new number so that we may update your profile.
We normally sell our Lock Boxes for only $35, but for Internet customers they are free with any of our monitored medical alert systems. They are yours to keep forever.
This product is not available for online purchase, but can be ordered with a phone call (800)274-8274. Ask us about getting 1 month FREE!
A Medical Lock Box allows first responders to get into your home without knocking down the door. It can save precious time in the event of an emergency, protects your front door from demolition, and allow the paramedics to lock your house behind them if you are transported to a hospital.
• We’ll secure your lock box with a secret 4-digit code of your choosing before shipping it to you.
• Hide your door key inside
• Save precious time in the event of an emergency
• Protect your front door from demolition by the paramedics
• Allow the paramedics to lock your house behind them if you are transported to a hospital
Jeannette Kirk, Carlsbad, CA –
Hi, this is Jeannette Kirk and I live in Carlsbad, California. I was persuaded, very reluctantly by my children, to sign up for a First Alert button. I didn’t think I’d ever use it; I’m a very healthy old lady. I ran up the stairs, and of course I caught my foot on the last step. It threw me about as far as you can throw, and I broke my hip.
I could never have reached the phone, but I did have my First Alert button on and I pushed it, and they were patient since I was so loud, I was screaming, I was thinking my neighbors might hear me or somebody, but of course they didn’t, and I was able to yell loud enough that they heard me. I was not close to the machine.
They called the ambulance and were just there so fast. But the wonderful thing about it is that the First Alert people suggested they could put a lockbox on my door, because my house is so impossible to get into. That really saved the day and I appreciate that more than anything; I just can’t tell you how much I appreciate having that lockbox. So they got right in and were able to give me a shot in the leg so I wouldn’t hurt so extremely much and got me to the hospital.
I’ve been telling all my friends, ‘Don’t think about it, just do it’. When you need it, there’s nothing like it.