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  • My Identity - Medical ID Jewellry
  • 021 621 595
  • Auckland New Zealand

About us

We are a family run company that have personally experienced the requirement for family members to wear medical ID jewellery in order to keep them safe. We try our very best to bring you a modern approach to the medical ID. There are many conditions in which you should wear a Medical ID. Our Medical ID Jewellery is designed to speak for you when you are unable. If you have a chronic medical condition, are allergic to certain medications or certain foods, or take particular medication then you should wear a Medical ID.

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Happy 4th Diaversary to our beauty!

Happy 4th Diaversary to our beauty!

Posted by Hayley McDonald on 11th May 2020

Mothers Day but also a very special day for our daughter.  When your 7 year old gets type 1 diabetes... We were living in Christchurch when Payton was diagnosed. She was a normal seven-yea … read more
My Allergy story - Hayley

My Allergy story - Hayley

Posted by Hayley McDonald on 8th May 2020

Have you ever heard someone say 'Oh I love the smell of cut grass'?That person is NOT me!  I hate it - I associate it with pain, sneezing, itching, sneezing some more.  I would sit on the gr … read more
Emily Writes & Eddie

Emily Writes & Eddie

6th May 2020

Emily Writes reaches out to other parents of children with type 1."I want to tell those new to the club that it will change every day. That it’s no straight line. I want to tell them that our family i … read more
NZs very own IDF Young Leader, Tess James

NZs very own IDF Young Leader, Tess James

Posted by Hayley McDonald on 3rd Mar 2020

"For anyone life is filled with constant highs and lows, but especially for us diabetics and our blood sugars! I live beyond by accepting the bad moments and retaining a positive outlook on my relatio … read more
Paying tribute to Sir Eion

Paying tribute to Sir Eion

Posted by Hayley McDonald on 16th Dec 2019

Sir Eion’s interest in diabetes began in 1999. He was the first person asked to join a new Diabetes Business Group set up by Paul Bowe, then Vice-President of Diabetes NZ. This interest led Sir Eion a … read more