Registered First Nations and recognized Inuit Peoples may be eligible to receive a FREE* MedicAlert medical ID and Lifetime service under Health Canada's Non-Insured Health Benefits Program (NIHB) at no cost to them. Get started right now and click below to download the form. Should you have any questions, please contact a regional office or contact a MedicAlert representative.
Don’t trust your life to any other medical identification.
MedicAlert remains the most recommended medical identification service by healthcare professionals nation-wide. Over one million people -- living with life-threatening conditions such as diabetes, asthma, allergies and heart disease -- have relied on MedicAlert protection.
Sign up today to discover all the reasons why over one million Canadians have trusted MedicAlert.
- EXCLUSIVE The 24/7 Emergency Hotline relays your key medical information and other critical information to emergency responders within an average of five seconds of a call, in 140 languages
- EXCLUSIVE Your MedicAlert ID and medical information uses only globally-accepted medical terminology preferred and critically relied upon by paramedics and emergency responders
- EXCLUSIVE Paramedics and emergency responders can access your detailed and up-to-date medical profile. This gives them much more information and insight than what is engraved on the identification you wear
- EXCLUSIVE Notification of family members in the event of an emergency
Enjoy the protection only MedicAlert provides -- FREE*
Invaluable protection and peace of mind - FREE to registered First Nations and recognized Inuit Peoples who sign up for MedicAlert. To apply for a FREE MedicAlert medical ID (select styles) and Lifetime service download and complete the form with all required information. Then mail or fax it to MedicAlert along with a copy of your prescription from a doctor or nurse practitioner. Details included on the form.
*Applies to Canadian citizens who are registered First Nations or recognized Inuit Peoples, eligible for MedicAlert coverage under Health Canada’s Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) program.