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VIRGINIA EMT LAUNCHES SENIOR HELP-ALERT SERVICES

RescueTouch Founder, Scott Lepper VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — After responding to numerous calls of elderly patients getting injured while home alone, an EMT created the SOS Caller to ameliorate the problem. Scott Lepper’s RescueTouch SOS Caller is a help-alert service that allows elderly patients to easily contact 911, reported Southside Daily. The program also donates […]

PRESS RELEASE: KILEY APPOINTMENT TO RESCUETOUCH BOARD

William S. Kiley, retired EMS Deputy Chief Virginia Beach, VA. – RescueTouch is honored to announce the appointment of William S. Kiley, retired EMS Deputy Chief, to our Board of Advisors. Chief Kiley’s ability to lead and create teamwork and partnerships across our first responder ranks will undoubtedly make a significant impact as RescueTouch aligns […]

RescueTouch Medical Alert Review on The Senior List

RescueTouch specializes in providing a mobile medical alert system that is very different than others we have reviewed. RescueTouch was started by a volunteer EMT who saw a need for high quality equipment and a different approach to providing medical alert services. Scott Lepper, the founder of RescueTouch, recognized that a personal, local presence and […]

WAVY 10 NEWS: RESCUETOUCH SOS CALLER TO SAVE MONEY FOR FAMILIES AND MUNICIPALITIES

RescueTouch Founder, Scott Lepper VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — A volunteer emergency medical technician, now entrepreneur hopes his new device can help lower the number of non-emergency 911 calls to dispatch centers. Scott Lepper designed RescueTouch’s SOS Caller with seniors in mind. He noticed over his five years volunteering with Virginia Beach EMS that seniors […]

RescueTouch Partners With PushUp Vets To Introduce The First Veteran’s Crisis Caller

Keychain device could be key to reducing rate of suicide, violence among struggling veterans RescueTouch and PushUp Vets have partnered to ensure not even one more struggling U.S. military veteran has to get to the point of suicide or violence. Their solution: The first veteran’s crisis callers on the market, BuddyCheck and PushUp, designed to […]