The Auxilium System is a Patient Identification System which can help the Ambulance Services respond more effectively to emergencies, particularly in situations where the patient is unable to communicate for themselves as can often be a problem during asthma attacks, epileptic seizures, cardiac arrest and severe injury.
The Auxilium System can speed up access to key patient records, and any further information provided voluntarily by the user when signing up.The data that can be provided includes name, contact details, next of kin, medication, current medical conditions and medical history, although it is entirely up to the user what information the Emergency Service will be able to access.
Each user has their own unique Auxilium Number which can be displayed on a variety of locations, such as key-rings, high visibility jackets and identification cards.Paramedics are trained to look for the Auxilium Logo and relay it to their control centres, where authorised and monitored control staff have access to their Auxilium Database information.
For only £1 we will give a pupil or member of a charity one Auxilium number .
The numbers are cheaper than a cup of coffee and could save a life .
We have donated 500,000 numbers with our own money but we would like to help others to benefit from Auxilium.
Help us to help others and maybe save a life .
We give our numbers to schools and also special need schools. We give our numbers to charities with diabetes, asthma, dementia