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Randalstown

Cardiac Screening

Sign up for a heart check for 14 - 35 year olds.

Cardiac Screening
Cardiac Screening

Time & Location

06 Apr 2024, 09:00 – 07 Apr 2024, 17:00

Randalstown, Barnish Rd, Randalstown, Antrim BT41, UK

About the Event

There is a scheduled cardiac screening event in your region on 

Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th of April 2024

The booking page for this screening will be opening on 

 

Tuesday 5th March at 4:00pm

Screening Location - 

Tír na nÓg GAA Club

Barnish road

Randalstown

CoAntrim

BT41 2EJ

This screening has been funded by The Northern Ireland Fund

Please note that our screenings are for 14 – 35 years of age only.

If you wish to book an appointment please follow the link below to https://www.testmyheart.org.uk/book-appointment/, the event will be listed here on Tuesday 5th March at 4:00pm. Spaces are limited and screening appointments are booked very quickly. CRY currently has over 60,000 people registered on the screening interest email list. 

Please ensure you have your NHS number to hand when booking.

Click here to book an appointment from 4:00pm on Tuesday 5th March

If you are experiencing any of the below symptoms we strongly advise you to visit your GP and do not wait for a CRY cardiac screening event.

 

Symptoms:

chest pain, especially during exercise.

loss of consciousness.

breathlessness.

dizziness.

heart palpitations or fluttering feeling.

unexplained fainting, especially during exercise.

If you pass out with no warning (i.e. you collapse and do not protect yourself by putting out your hands) please contact CRY prior to your GP appointment.

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If you cannot make the event you shall remain on our screening interest email list to be notified of future screening dates.

If you no longer need an appointment, please unsubscribe from this email list or notify CRY via ecg@c-r-y.org.uk

Please note that these regions cover large areas of the UK. As these regions cover large areas, please be aware that you will be notified of some events that are closer and further away from your location.

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PLEASE BE AWARE THESE EVENTS ARE BECOMING FULLY BOOKED VERY QUICKLY, THERE IS A CHANCE THAT THE EVENT MAY HAVE ALREADY BECOME FULLY BOOKED BY THE TIME YOU CLICK THROUGH TO TRY AND BOOK.

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About cardiac screening

FAQ's about screening

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Frequently asked questions about CRY's screening programme

Why isn't the screening event nearer to me?

CRY screenings are generally funded by Memorial Funds which have been set up following the tragic death of a young person due to a young sudden cardiac death. The families, friends and local communities affected often raise funds to bring the screening service to their area, which means the locations of the CRY screenings are picked by them. CRY does try to encourage the free screening service to cover as much as the UK as possible and are very proud of our supporters and families who help us screen nearly 30,000 people each year.

CRY's screening interest email notification list is separated into regions across the UK - some of these regions can cover larger areas than others. You may well be notified of screenings that are further away than expected. If you think you are getting emails for the wrong area you can update your region selection via our website here.

 

I can never book a screening, they are fully booked too quickly. Is there a waiting list?

Unfortunately, we can only hold screenings when and where we are resourced to do so, and that can mean there are some areas of the UK where screenings are booked out very quickly. CRY currently has over 50,000 registered on our interest list to be updated about upcoming cardiac screening events, with such high demand we are trying our best to screen as many people as possible.

 

How are the screening events funded?

CRY screenings are generally funded by Memorial Funds which have been set up following the tragic death of a young person due to a young sudden cardiac death. The families, friends and local communities affected often raise funds to operate the screening events. The cost of each appointment at a screening event needs £50 worth of fundraising to take place. There are other costs and resources required to operate this programme which are funded by Cardiac Risk in the Young itself. 

CRY believes every young person should have the choice to be screened for an undiagnosed cardiac condition, and thanks to the tireless efforts of our supporters we have screened over 225,000 young people since we began in 1995.

Cardiac Risk in the Young

Unit 1140B The Axis Centre, Cleeve Road, KT21 7RD, Leatherhead

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