Grandma’s seizure alerts Moore Girl Scout to help seniors track medical records

Moore Girl Scout Mikayla Thompson uses the Vial of Life program to help seniors keep track of their medical records.

BY NASREEN IQBAL Modified: March 26, 2013 at 11:52 pm •  Published: March 27, 2013
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MOORE — Pill bottles were popping at the Brand Senior Center.

And not for the usual reasons.

About 25 seniors opened large orange pill bottles, known as Vials of Life.

Each bottle contained...

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Vials for Life are available

at three Norman-area hospitals

Kelly Wells, the Norman Regional Health System’s public communication coordinator, said Vials of Life are available at the three hospitals associated with the health system — Norman Regional Hospital, 901 N Porter Ave.; Norman HealthPlex at Interstate 35 and Tecumseh Road; and Moore Medical Center, 700 S Telephone Road. For more information, call Norman Regional Health System’s Education Center at 307-1827 or go to www.normanregional.com/en/vialoflife.html.

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