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  • My Identity - Medical ID Jewellery
  • 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.

Logan Medical ID Bracelet

$89.00

The Logan Medical ID bracelet is a black stainless steel bracelet with a silver Medical ID symbol set in black carbon fibre.  

The width of the bracelet measures 14mm and is suitable for either men or women.  It can be resized with simple jewellery tools.   

The length of the bracelet measure 22.5 cm which can be resized with simple jewellery tools - please see instructions here.  
Logan is a young guy that has has had 6 operations and multiple procedures under general anaesthetic by the time he is 5 years old. He was born with a complex heart condition. Logan had his first open heart surgery at 4 days old which he did amazing until he started getting sick so they did another emergency open heart surgery at 1 month old. They noticed he was showing signs of an infection, after tests upon tests he was diagnosed with osteomyelitis and required surgery to clean his hip where the infection had started. It had dislocated his hip as well so he ended up being in a hip Spica. Due to having many blood tests and iv lines his veins were not good and the site for his antibiotics failed so he had to get a tunnel pick line in his chest so we had to stay in hospital the whole time for the coarse of the antibiotics connected to hospital equipment. At 8 months old he had his third open heart surgery which he made it through with flying colours but a year later he started having sleep apnea which was bad for his heart so we had to fly to starship to have his tonsils and adenoids taken out, 3 weeks later Logan finally got to be a kid for a while. January 2020 he had his (fingers crossed) last open heart surgery and he recovered superbly, now although on a strong blood thinner he is a very active 5 year old (2021).