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11 Harleys – 48 States – 21 Days

Scott Ressmeyer is riding AGAIN through all 48 lower states, but this year he is taking a posse with him!  Follow Scott and the other Miracle Riders through this blog as they leave on Friday, May 7, for a 21-day journey across the country and try to raise $75,000 for Children’s Miracle Network at The Medical Center!

Check out the links on this blog to find out how you can get involved and support Scott’s Miracle Ride and Children’s Miracle Network at The Medical Center!

(Read News Release from today’s kick-off announcement!)

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Miracle Riders’ Photos 2010

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Follow Scott via Media

Watch Scott and The Miracle Riders’ Progress!

Watch Scott and The Miracle Riders’ progress across the 48 States via several of our media friends. Watch WTVM News Leader 9 and visit their website ! Hear interviews along the way on Kissin’ 99.3, Q107.3, 95.3 The Ride and 103.7 Lite FM. And read the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer and visit Ledger-Enquirer.com for more photos and interviews! Scott and The Miracle Riders will be calling in to give interviews about the people they meet along the way and the children they meet at CMN hospitals across the country.

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2010 Scott’s Ride for Miracles

Stay tuned for Announcement of 2010 Scott’s Ride for Miracles on March 16, 2010!

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Cardiac Monitors

Cardiac Monitors

Funds raised through the 2010 Scott’s Ride for Miracles will go to purchase Dash® monitors from GE Healthcare for the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at The Medical Center.  These versatile monitors, which cost $21,345 each, can adapt to the needs of each patient in high-acuity situations and provide important information to doctors and nurses as they make informed care decisions.  

Dash® monitors are lightweight and easy for caregivers to maneuver during transport or treatment.  They offer state-of-the-art data acquisition and analysis programs that help doctors and nurses accurately identify, diagnose, and treat patients with speed and precision.  Patients in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit will benefit significantly from Dash® monitors as they will provide timely and accurate information on the plan of care needed for each individual patient.