ID Card Terms and Conditions:
The details provided for the ID cards are not stored or saved by MTM Solutions iCare Medical Cards. Information will be deleted once the ID has been shipped.
**Information in the county of San Juan, NM or the surrounding cities will be forwarded to the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office to be entered into the CIT database. This database is only accessed by law enforcement officers in San Juan County New Mexico to provide more information to better understand the needs of the citizens they may respond to. By entering your information in the detail form, you agree that your information will also be entered into the San Juan County CIT database.
All data entered for orders outside of San Juan County will not be forwarded to any entity. If future orders are needed, the information must be resubmitted as it is not saved.
MTM Solutions iCare Medical Cards will not be held liable for any injury or incident that occurs while using the ID cards. The information on the ID cards is provided by the consumer for information purposes only.
iCare Medical Guide Cards Terms and Conditions:
These guides are to be used as a very basic instructional tool for caretakers and are not intended to replace directives given by care provider.
Always follow instructions and guidelines provided by nurse or doctor.
The information for the Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes was derived from a variety of materials provided to parents from JDRF, ADA, WebMD to name a few. The designer of these guides are parents with no medical backgrounds who took materials already in place and combined them into smaller version.
By purchasing this guide, you have agreed to look over the material to confirm that the instructions are in line with your care plan and make noted changes to anything that you do not agree with. MTM Solutions will not be held liable for injuries or medical concerns that occur while following these instructions as you have reviewed and approved the guides prior to use. Check the dates of the original medicine dosage as it may change rapidly.
Call 9-1-1 in case of an emergency