Medic One Foundation represents a worthy investment in public’s health

The Seattle Times recently published an editorial encouraging the public to continue to support the Medic One Foundation. The public can donate to help fund the top paramedic training program in the state, maybe even the nation, as evidenced by our region’s sudden cardiac arrest survival rates. The Times reminded its readers that, while we […]

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Overlake Hospital launches Care Transitions program

Overlake Hospital in Bellevue is the first medical care center in the Puget Sound area to implement the Care Transitions Intervention program. The program is designed to reduce patient readmission. The program is nationally recognized and was developed by 2003 by Eric A. Coleman, MD, MPH, Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado, […]

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Medical Teams and James in Guatemala

The Keller Group’s very own James McIntosh ventured to Guatemala this week to work with Medical Teams International. As a part of the volunteer team in Guatemala, James has been helping to improve community health through the construction of water and sanitation systems. Below are a few pictures he e-mailed us of his trip so […]

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Don’t Flush Me Bro!

The Take Back Your Meds campaign posted the first of their “Pill Guy” videos on YouTube. The video advocates proper and safe disposal of unused, leftover prescription drugs. Pills should never be flushed down the toilet, as the video says, or even left in a medicine cabinet because they can be abused by teens, or […]

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The Medic One Foundation needs your help!

The Medic One Foundation is facing an unfamiliar crisis. The Foundation, which funds paramedic training and keeps the greater Seattle area’s Medic One programs up-to-date and with the most advanced equipment, is struggling financially. In the thirty-six years the program has been running, they’ve rarely had to turn to the public to ask for donations. […]

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