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Cardiovascular diseases and stroke are the #1 cause of death. Survivors, volunteers, advocates, healthcare providers,donors - all are building healthier lives in North Dakota.
We're building healthier lives where you live and work - in the community, health care, education and research.
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Regional Office
1005 12th Avenue SE
Jamestown, ND  58401
local: (701) 658-3050
phone: (800) 437-9710
fax: (800) 437-9710

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Ryan Rademacher SurvivorThe rural Casselton farmer, Ryan Radermacher, knew something was wrong. While his wife, Kim, checked with the ask-a-nurse phone line, another symptom emerged.  
Harvey North DakotaAn ambulance 12 lead ECG helped diagnose Harvey which led to a helicopter interception along the interstate en route to a PCI hospital. 

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DS-8416-COM-HPF-Quality-HealthcareNorth Dakota helps lead decline in heart disease and stroke deaths. In addition to the improvements in quality of care, also contributing to the decrease were public awareness, prevention strategies and improved lifestyle. Public News Service, 8.25.14

ND FM Ambulance EMS Award May14
Congratulations to FM Ambulance for achieving Silver in the Mission: Lifeline EMS Recognition program.  FM Ambulance joins more than 200 EMS agencies across the nation to  receive an award. 
WDAY, 5.29.14
Go Red For Women Logo - Volunteer PageMinot: Jerilyn Alexander, stroke and STEMI coordinator at Trinity Health, said women are definitely at a high risk for heart disease and the hospital sees a fair number of women having HEART attacks.

Wichita 2012 CPR DemoND Legislature designates funds for CPR training in schools, providing $450,000 toward CPR in Schools training plus a formula for school-match through work with area groups such as EMS/fire.

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Congratulations to the Worksites in North Dakota that were just awarded Fit-Friendly Recognition.