King's Vita Medal

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King's Vita Medal
Ribbon bar of the Order of the Vita.svg
Ribbon bar
Awarded by the
Royal coat of arms of Ikonia.svg
Sovereign of Ikonia
TypeDecoration medal
MottoHealth and restoration
Awarded forThe care for sick and wounded, At the discretion of the Monarch
StatusCurrently awarded
SovereignHM King Cameron I
First induction21 February 2019
Last induction21 February 2019
Total inductees2
Next (higher)King's Police Medal
Next (lower)King's Christmas Medal

The King's Vita Medal (post-nominal: KVM) is a personal decoration medal in the Kingdom of Ikonia founded by King Cameron I on 21 February 2019 to recognize any citizen who has contributed to helping the ill, whether it be foreign or not.


The member, upon appointing, may wear the ribbon on their dress and or shirt.


The Order is considered an honorable and personal gift from the sovereign, where he doesn't require permission from government to appoint members. Membership consists of Recipients, and the Sovereign.


Nation Pre-nominals Name Post-nominals Invested Reference
Royal Standard of Ikonia.svg Ikonia His Majesty Cameron I 2019[a]
 Ikonia Mother Linda LD OH KVM 2019 [citation needed]


  1. Fount of honour