MyEmergencyApp (with Target Card Giveaway)

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Doctors.
Dentists.
Orthodontist
Husband.
Grandparents.
Next door neighbor.
Elementary school.
Middle school.
High school.

Above is just a partial list of the phone numbers that I rely on during the day. Where would I be without these people? In any given week, I probably call at least one of my children’s schools. One of us has an appointment scheduled at least weekly. And then there are the other appointments. Throughout the day I grab for my phone or leaf through the paper phone directories to find these phone numbers. I need to have these numbers at my fingertips.

But, what about in times of emergency? Say that one of your children has an emergency. Or you get a call from your husband that he is very ill. My son played football two seasons ago…there were many times when I worried about injuries and where the nearest emergency room was. Do you want to have to search for the paper directory or fumble for the phone listing on your smartphone? Probably not. You need to have the phone numbers of emergency providers and doctors within reach.

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Wouldn’t it be nice to have all these phone numbers in one place? So that you could click on a number and call it in times of emergency? MyEmergencyApp is the app you need. With MyEmergencyApp you can keep all your emergency phone numbers in one place. All emergency phone numbers are just a click away. MyEmergencyApp would allow you to keep a list of the following phone numbers:

  • 911
  • Trusted local emergency room
  • Police department
  • Fire department
  • Trusted local urgent care
  • Burn center
  • Poison control center
  • Family doctors and dentists
  • Trusted emergency plumber
  • 24-hour locksmith
  • And many more.

MyEmergencyApp is available as an iPhone app and includes the following features:

  • Ease of use — No need to google search as the phone numbers you need are at your fingertips.
  • Trusted providers — My Emergency App is constantly adding trusted service providers to the app.
  • Who should use? — Anyone! Mom. Dad. Kids/teens with a smartphone. Babysitters, day care providers, and nannies.

To find out more about MyEmergencyApp…

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Comments

  1. Jessica To says

    I keep the poison control center, fire, police, doctors, dentist and family members numbers on hand!

  2. Laura Jacobson says

    My mom and dads, my sisters, my brothers, my daughter in laws, daycares, and my little sisters and her hubbys.

  3. Tracey says

    I keep my kids’ daycare, doctors and my husband’s cell numbers on hand – I have “ICE” (In Case of Emergency) listings in my phone w/ my parents and husband’s numbers in case someone else has to call my relatives for me.

  4. Christina Z says

    I need to keep emergency numbers for family, Doctors, babysitters schools and parents of kids my friends hang out.

  5. donnaJean baker says

    I have my husbands, my childrens, my parents, my brothers, 911, poison control as we have a 9 month old. Sons school, work oh and Pizza Hut of course

  6. Tabathia B says

    Kids, DH, Mom, pediatricians (we have two), police dept., hospital, dentist, optician,pharmacy, school

  7. Sylvie W says

    I need to keep my mother’s, brother’s, aunt’s, employer’s home, and 911 immediately at hand.

  8. MaryAnn says

    I need my husband’s work number, my daughter’s work number, my other daughter’s cell number, and all our doctor numbers (several).

  9. Marlena U. says

    Pediatrician, dentist and nurse call line for questions. If I ever lose my cell phone – I’m in big trouble. :)

  10. Kathlean Owens says

    I had to look at my phone: Doctors, the 2 people I have as emergency contacts, Vet., and my 2 grown kids.

  11. Amy Z says

    I need to keep my family phone numbers at my fingertips. I’m always needing to call my folks or my boyfriend’s family for something or other.

  12. Angela Neynaber says

    I would need to keep my husbands work number, kids school numbers and dr. phone numbers within reach in case of an emergency.

  13. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger says

    Our neighbors. I see them around so much – I take it for granted – then when I need to call them I’m at a loss. (And there are a few who’s last name I don’t know/remember their last names…

    Oh and the NON-emergency police department’s phone number too.

  14. says

    The #1 I need to keep easily accessible is our plumber’s. We live in an old house that has a lot of plumbing issues and cannot afford to fully restore it. Otherwise the family doctor ;)

  15. Trisha McKee says

    Definitely my daughter’s. There are a few friends whose numbers I must have so I can call at a moment’s notice if something happens.

  16. clynsg says

    Mainly the family numbers–almost everything else that might be covered in an emergency would be through 911.

  17. Katharina says

    I need to keep numbers of husband, parents, emergency services,
    and vet at my fingertips.
    Katharina angelsandmusic[at]gmail[dot]com

  18. Kelsey says

    I keep my husband’s number easily accessible in my phone and wallet.

    Thanks,
    shopditzydiva@yahoo dot com

  19. Kelly Nicholson says

    Leave a comment answering this question — what phone numbers do you need to keep at your fingertips?

    people who can help me in a crises…short list

  20. tanya white says

    I keep my husbands, my mom, my sisters, the kids school and all of our doctors and the vet for the animals

  21. Lynde F. says

    My husband & my work numbers for the kids, our parents numbers, my close family friend, & all the regular emergency umbers.

  22. Gaines Simmons says

    Hello, how are you? Thank you for this opportunity. The most important numbers are those of my parents, children and friends.

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