The NCMC Foundation hosts five annual fundraising events to support important healthcare programs at the North Colorado Medical Center. To date, we have raised over $4 million at these events. In addition, the Foundation also provides educational opportunities to the community. We are pleased that you have chosen to visit our website and invite you to read more about the exciting events we offer.
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19th Annual NCMC Turkey Trot 2K/5K Fun Run/Walk
November 24, 2016
19th Annual Turkey Trot, Presented by Noble Energy
The NCMC Foundation, along with the CardioVascular Institute of North Colorado at NCMC hosted the 19th Annual Turkey Trot, presented by Noble Energy on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2016.
With more than 2,700 registrants, the event was another success and is the largest Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day in Northern Colorado! Over $55,000 net proceeds will be utilized to assist Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab patients.
The NCMC Foundation extends a huge thank you to all of our sponsors, committee members, hospital departments and the over 200 volunteers that make the event so successful! A special thank you to Tianna Tovar from Northridge High School for her remarkable singing of the National Anthem.
We hope to see you on Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 2017!
Race results can be viewed at http://www.finishlinetiming.com/2016-results-ncmc-turket-trot
Pictures from this year’s event can be viewed at https://ncdigitalworks.shutterfly.com/communityraces
Heart disease is the number one cause of death for men and women in the United States. It’s estimated that 80,000,000 American adults (1 in 3) have one or more types of cardiovascular disease. Approximately every 25 seconds, a person will suffer a cardiac event; approximately every minute someone will die from one. There are 195,000 silent heart attacks each year and the estimated average number of years of life lost to a heart attack is 15 years.
According to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is the third leading cause of death in the United States and also causes long-term disability. The number of people who have COPD is on the rise with more than 12 million who are currently diagnosed. It’s estimated another 12 million may have COPD and not realize it. Lung disease affects more than just the lungs, but the entire body. The brain, heart, muscles and all organs are affected by less oxygen.
For more information on the NCMC Cardiac or Pulmonary Rehabilitation program, please call 970-810-6204.
2016 RACE COMMITTEE
Dawn Olson, Race Director
For information on sponsoring or being involved in the 2016 Turkey Trot, please contact Diana Wood at 970-810-2687 or email Diana.Wood@BannerHealth.com