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ID Medical turns red to join the UK’s fight for every heartbeat

News   •   Feb 08, 2016 13:27 GMT

On Friday 5th February, the ID Medical workforce put aside their usual smart business attire and swapped it for their brightest red outfit as they joined the nation to raise awareness of the life-saving research of the British Heart Foundation.

Year after year, ID Medical is proud to support the UK’s number one heart charity and its annual ‘Wear It. Beat It’ campaign which aims to help beat heart and circulatory disease through 1000+ pioneering and life-changing research projects. This year ID Medical used its Instagram prop board to go round its offices and take photos of staff wearing the charity’s powerful brand colour.

Every day in the UK, 12 babies are born with a heart defect and tragically, heart disease takes the lives of 400 people, which is why the British Heart Foundation, along with thousands of individuals, schools and organisations like ID Medical, are on a mission to make a big difference and win the fight against cardiovascular disease by 2020.

As the UK’s leading healthcare recruiter, ID Medical, with its strong presence in the industry, strives to support the efforts which charitable organisations make, and have an influence wherever possible to enhance and improve health, medical and patient care for all, in addition to being part of the progressive change in the healthcare industry.

Join the fight for every heartbeat today and show your support!

How can your donation help?

  • YOU CAN aid treatment development to prevent heart disease
  • YOU CAN bring hope to the 7 million people living with an existing heart condition
  • YOU CAN help save the lives of those who suffer from a cardiac arrest or heart attack
  • YOU CAN support the survival programme which has created a ‘Nation of lifesavers’ through CPR training

  • ID Medical hopes its participation has helped raise awareness for a charity which is close to the nation’s heart. Together we will make the difference. 

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