mCORE Sudden Cardiac Arrest Screenings (3rd Event)

Dear Parents,

We are pleased to add a THIRD event for the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Screenings through mCORE that will take place on May 4th. Our second event, scheduled for April 13th is completely full so we are providing another opportunity for those of you who did not get a chance to lock up your slot for the first or second event.

Please see the details on the second screening date and time below:

Date:Friday, May 4th 2018
Time: 8:00am – 4:00 pm
Location: Health Clinic
COST: $20.00 (For First 30 who sign up)

*Due to the Generous Donations from the following sponsors the cost will only be $20 per screening instead of $75.00:

Business:
Liberty National Bank
Kenton Family Eye Care, Inc.
Quest Federal Credit Union
The Rogers Agency
Optimist Club of Central Hardin – Kenton Ohio Youth Activities
Golden Giant Inc
Pleasant Precision
Schindewolf Stout Crates Funeral Home
Roof & Potts Law Office, LLC.
Newland Insurance Agency
Ace Hardware of Kenton
Scioto Sign Co., Inc.

INDIVIDUAL:
Stephen & Terri McCullough
James & Sandra Pruden
Jon & Christina Cross
Keith & Janice Kissling
Katherine Johnson, M.D.
Kyle & Alyssa Johnston
David & Nikki Haushalter
Ruth Watkins
Patricia Ritchey
Laura Kinnear
Carole Crates
Bud & Barbara Winzenried

The time requirement is approximately 10-12 minutes per athlete. Each athlete will be given an EKG and Echo screening and these tests typically cost more than $2,000 in a clinical setting. The screening age range is 12-22 years). You may use your Healthcare Spending Account or Flex Care Spending Account. All screenings are performed by a Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer and results are read by the mCORE Medical Director Dr. Kenneth Berkovitz, MD. Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease, Interventional Cardiology and Internal Medicine.

ATHLETES MUST PRE-REGISTER ONLINE FOR THE SCREENING BYUSING LINK OR VISITING: https://mcoreathletes.com/scheduler_schedule/?school=272

“In the United States, One Young Competitive Athlete Dies Every Three Days from Unrecognized Cardiovascular Disorder.”

– The American Heart Association

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