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MOBILE SCREENING. We’ll come to you!

Screening America is presently serving communities in South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, and Nebraska.  We are also available for screening events anywhere in the U.S. as requested.  Call us!  We can help save the life of someone you love.

Youth Heart Screening

We all have a responsibility to our young people;  to raise them, to feed them, to educate them, and to allow them to grow up in a safe environment.  Providing them access to a quality Youth Heart Screening Program is one more responsibility we have.  Current medical technology allows us to identify many of the causes of Sudden Cardiac Death in our sons, and daughters.  Screening America has the specialized medical ultrasound equipment and the technical expertise required to detect those cardiac abnormalities that have been shown to cause Sudden Cardiac Death in our youth. Help us put our skills to good use and help save the lives of the young people in your school or community. They need not suffer an untimely and tragic death from a cause that can easily be detected with our screening program.  These screenings are for youth, and young adults ages 12 to 35 years of age.  They are not just for athletes, but for everyone in this age group.

Sponsoring a group heart screening at your selected venue could make all the difference in helping to save the life of a young person in your community. We accommodate all schools, hospitals, sports clubs, organizations and communities.  We urge you to call (605)274-2525 for more information, and to schedule a Sports Heart Screening for your community.  Do it NOW!, don’t wait for tragedy to strike!

Stroke Screening

Stroke screening is a proven method for detecting vascular abnormalities that cause stroke, peripheral artery disease (PAD), and abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA).  Early detection is key to avoiding potential life-threatening events in those people 45 years old and up.

*Individual Stroke and Sports screenings may also be scheduled at our main office in Sioux Falls.

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