YOUTH HEART SCREENING TO SAVE YOUNG LIVES – OKLAHOMA CITY

Saturday, April 28, 2018

 Connor Michael Morrison Memorial Heart Screening – Oklahoma City, OK

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Only $129 (ages 8 to 25)


In memory of their son, Connor Michael Morrison, the Morrison family is working with ATS HeartCheck to provide parents the opportunity to ensure their child has no hidden heart abnormalities putting their health at serious risk. Connor was a 2011 graduate and lifer of Casady School who passed away unexpectedly in July of 2016 from an undiagnosed heart condition.  

There are a limited number of appointments so don’t delay! 

The ATS HeartCheck is recommended for all kids ages 8 to 25 and takes approximately 30 minutes.  This screening is being offered at a discounted rate of $129. Additional discounts are available for families that qualify.  CLICK HERE to access the financial aid request form.

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The ATS HeartCheck uses the most effective analytic tools to understand a heart’s condition.  We include blood pressure, electrocardiogram (EKG), and echocardiogram (heart ultrasound), all delivered by specially trained medical professionals certified in congenital and genetic heart conditions who make their living saving kids lives every day. You won’t find a better screening anywhere!

Here are a few reasons why you should give careful consideration to signing your child up for an appointment.

  • According to the American Heart Association, at least one-half million youth in the U.S. have some form of cardiac problem – that’s 1 in 100 kids.
  • These problems range from minor performance issues to sudden cardiac arrest.
  • This testing goes beyond the standard physical to uncover dangerous-hidden heart conditions.
  • ATS is the most respected youth heart screening programs in the country.

There are a limited number of appointments available so make your appointment before it’s too late.  

To learn more about ATS and how we impact lives every day CLICK HERE

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Connor was the eldest son of Astrid ‘82 and Mike Morrison and the older brother of Alec Morrison ‘14. He was an outstanding student, played the upright bass in the Casady orchestra and played football, baseball, and basketball. He was the starting center and long snapper at Casady for three years. He then was invited to walk on at Vanderbilt University as a long snapper, and proudly played with the team during their three most prolific years in which they attended three straight bowl games. After graduating from Vanderbilt in 2015 with a degree in Biomedical Engineering, he was admitted into the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and completed his first year in the top 25% of his class.


Connor passed away unexpectedly on July 6, 2016 at just 23 years old from sudden cardiac death. He was without symptoms until 15 minutes before his death. He had been extremely healthy throughout his short life and had no family history of heart disease. He continued to work out and play sports after college at the intensity of an athlete on a regular basis, even on the day he passed. Connor’s autopsy revealed that he had left ventricular hypertrophy or an enlarged heart. This could have been detected if he had had an echocardiogram as part of his pre-participation evaluation for high school and college football.


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YOUTH HEART SCREENING TO SAVE YOUNG LIVES – OKLAHOMA CITY

2 thoughts on “YOUTH HEART SCREENING TO SAVE YOUNG LIVES – OKLAHOMA CITY

  1. Good morning Amy. I just added you to our Oklahoma City waitlist. We’ll be in touch in the near future! Thank you.

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