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Mobile App

When an emergency happens, having access to critical health information can make a difference in saving a life. If you fall unconscious, it is imperative for anyone aiding you, to know of any medication(s) you are taking or medical condition(s) you may have. Today’s technology allows you to store this, emergency contacts, and much more all on your mobile device. LifeAssyst is a free application available for IPhone and Android smart phones users.

How does it work?

After downloading the application on your mobile device anyone can hit the “Emergency Information” button on your home screen, it will take them to your profile page where all your medical information is stored.  This will not unlock your phone. Only information stored in your medical LifeAssyst profile will be accessible to view.

As one of Southern Arizona’s largest, integrated regional healthcare systems, Carondelet Health Network is committed to informing the community it serves of consistent systems of care. If you have concerns about any medical conditions, we invite you to schedule an appointment with one of our highly reliable physicians.

LifeAssyst for Android

Download LifeAssyst App from the Play store and follow these steps:

  1. Open the app
  2. Enter your personal data into the “Profile” Section
  3. Hit “Next” on the bottom of the screen
  4. Enter Your “Emergency Contacts” by hitting the Add button, manually or from your phone
  5. Hit “Next” on the bottom of the screen
  6. Enter your “Allergies” by hitting the Add button
  7. Hit “Next” when completed on the bottom of the screen

    You will follow these same instructions for “Medical Conditions”, “Medications”, “Surgeries/Implants”, and “Doctor/Hospital”. You can skip sections if you wish. *When you enter medications, be specific regarding dose.

  8. When entire profile is complete, hit the = symbol on the top right hand side of your screen on the home page to get to your “Settings”.

Ensure that you are “enabled” to show LifeAssyst on Lock Screen and you are displayed to show LifeAssyst either as full screen or as Icon.

When your phone is locked you will see the LifeAssyst icon. When you hit the icon, it will take you to the LifeAssyst home screen. 

LifeAssyst for iPhone

Download LifeAssyst App from the Play store and follow these steps:

  1. Unlock your Iphone and select the LifeAssyst icon
  2. Select next and enter your name, date of birth and other information as prompted.You do not have to enter a response for every prompt.
  3. Press done.
  4. Select Create Medical ID

    You will follow these same instructions for “Medical Conditions”, “Medical Notes”, “Allergies and Reactions” and “Medications”. You can skip sections if you wish.

    *When you enter medications, be specific regarding dose.

  5. Add other information as you wish: emergency contact, blood type, height, weight.
  6. Click “Next” at the top when you are done (You can go back and edit as needed)
  7. Review your info and click “Back” to make corrections or “Done” if you are satisfied
  8. You may be prompted to sign up for organ donation.You can sign up, indicate you are already a donor, or select “not now”
  9. You will be prompted to “get started” where you can select and enter a lot more information if you wish

The next time you see your home page, select “Emergency”.  Now you can not only make an emergency call without logging in, but you can select Medical ID to bring up critical information that may be necessary in an emergency or if you need help remembering health and medication information.