LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Athletes for Life Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation duly incorporated in the District of Columbia ("Foundation"), and Signalife (Amex: SGN), have just dispatched to Glendale, Arizona's Super Bowl site the first mobile health center owned by the Foundation. Each mobile health center is named after a professional athlete (across all sports) -- or their families or estates -- who are a part of the cause of eradicating sudden cardiac death and late stage cardiovascular disease. The Ford truck, and 48' attached health center, was sent to Glendale after being dedicated to pro-football great Reggie White -- known as a great and compassionate man, and winner, and one of the all-time great defensive linemen in football history.
Physician groups and health care experts from surrounding states will be stationed at the center to conduct health screenings for all members of the public. The public is invited to attend, and the physicians have indicated they will make every effort to provide screenings to all those in need. When the physicians deem it appropriate, their evaluations will include ambulatory heart screenings utilizing the award-winning Fidelity 100 ambulatory ECG monitor. Signalife believes this to be the only ambulatory ECG monitor capable of detecting subtle shifts and changes in a patient's ECG that are believed to be important to the evaluation of a person's heart health.
The Foundation's Founder, Willie Gault, commented: "I cannot begin to
put into words how grateful I am for all of our sponsors who have made
these efforts possible. Reggie White was a great man who I knew as a dear
friend for many years -- going back to our days together at the University
|SOURCE Signalife, Inc.|
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