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Medical Mobile Apps

Useful Websites

National/ International



Professional Apps

NIH's full list of app tools are available here: Disaster Apps for your Digital To Go Bag

  Emergency Medical Spanish

iOS | Android 

Designed for non-Spanish healthcare providers in an emergency situation when a translator is unavailable. Medical Spanish is broken into sections, and most answers are presented in a yes/no format. 



iOS | Android 

Guide created for health care providers, primarily physicians, about the clinical diagnosis and treatment of radiation injury during radiological and nuclear emergencies. Some features: Dose Estimators, Triage tools, Emergency Contacts, Radiation Units, Videos, and more. 



iOS | Android 

The WISER app allows 5 user profiles: 1st responder, Hazmat Specialist, EMS, Hospital Provider, or Preparedness Planner. Users are then present with options that will help in an emergency situation that requires fast-paced thinking. Features: Search for known substances; help identify an unknown chemical or syndrome; First Response kit; Casualty Response documentation; Training and Planning; Creating a Planning Doc; and more!

Personal Communication Apps


iOS | Android 

FireChat is a free messaging app for public and private communications that works even without internet access or cellular data. 



iOS | Android 

Turn your device into a walkie-talkie on any internet, wi-fi, or hot-spot connection. This app must have an internet connection or cellular data of 2g to work, please click here for more details or here for FAQs.  

Last updated on Dec 14, 2023 2:41 PM