Nick of Time Foundation
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Issues: Disaster Aid
Location: 1423 34th Ave Unit C Seattle WA 98122 USA
Results: 2011- 2012 NoTF Youth Heart Screening Program Total number of students reached in 6 different school districts: 20,487 • Schools screened were in King and Snohomish counties, Washington State • Program exposure at schools and communities in Washington, New York and Idaho Number screened- • Washington: 3047 (126 requiring follow up) • New York: 240 (19 requiring follow up) • Idaho: 220 (10 requiring follow up) Washington State Medical Volunteers • 138 Physicians from 10 different medical facilities • Med students: UW School of Medicine, Seattle Children's, Group Health, Swedish, Virginia Mason • Nursing students: UW, Bellevue Community College, Everett Community College • Paramedic training students: Medic One- Harborview • Children's Hospital Athletic Trainer program- 14 volunteer's • Paramedic & Firefighter volunteers from 6 different Fire District's • Numerous RN's, MA's, PA's and Sonographers from 17 different medical facilities Corporate and Community Volunteers (employees volunteer at screenings) • T-Mobile, Boeing, Starbucks, Costco, American Heart Association, Airlift NW, Tulalip Tribe, Physio Control, Philips Medical, Cardiac Science, Puget Sound Energy, Microsoft Media exposure • TV/Radio: King 5, KOMO 4, KIRO 7, Fox Q13, KIRO 710, ESPN Radio, Canadian Radio, My Northwest, KPLU • NY Times, ESPN, WebMD, Seattle Times, Seattle Magazine, Bonneville Media Group Everett Herald, Bothell Reporter 2012- 2013 Program Projections • Estimating to screen over 4000 students in 10 WA school districts • Program exposure in King, Snohomish Counties and entire Archdiocese of Seattle • NY and Idaho continuing to use NoTF screening program- Boston expected
Programs: The vision of Nick of Time Foundation is to increase awareness about sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) and how it affects children and young adults with the goal of saving lives through free youth heart screenings, scientific research , SCA education and awareness , volunteer opportunities and the formation of school and community public access defibrillator (PAD) programs.
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I have worked with the Founder's of this organization for many years. Their diligence to the cause of preventing sudden cardiac arrest is amazing. They have been able to get the community, physicians, and sports organization around them involved. I am so impressed with all their hard work that they have accomplished in memory of their beloved Nicky. Congratulations to all of them. Darla, Sue, Steve and all the numerous volunteers and physicians.
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