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"Physicians need tools for accurate, detailed electrocardiograph information to make critical diagnoses with speed and confidence. This new equipment provides the ability to obtain ECGs fast and with higher quality, improving confidence with diagnosis. New machines are ergonomically height-adjustable with smooth easy-to-clean surfaces, reducing infection control risks." - Dr. Rajabalee, CKHA Physician

WINNER TAKES HOME ESTIMATED PRIZE

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"Physicians need tools for accurate, detailed electrocardiograph information to make critical diagnoses with speed and confidence. This new equipment provides the ability to obtain ECGs fast and with higher quality, improving confidence with diagnosis. New machines are ergonomically height-adjustable with smooth easy-to-clean surfaces, reducing infection control risks." - Dr. Rajabalee, CKHA Physician

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Who You Help

Proceeds from this year’s fundraiser will support the purchase of six new Electrocardiograph (ECG) machines. Your doctor may suggest you need to get an electrocardiogram. This is also called ECG. This test checks for signs of heart disease – it is a test that records the electrical activity of your heart. ECGs are quick, safe, and painless.

ECG testing can help your doctor find the cause of palpitations or chest pain, dizziness, shortness of breath or fainting; check how well medicines are working and their effect on the heart; and check how well mechanical devices that are implanted in the heart, such as pacemakers, are working to control abnormal heart activity.

An ECG is sometimes done as part of routine tests, like before an operation, or in an emergency situation.

AN ECG test takes about 5 – 10 minutes. Small electrodes are placed on your arms, legs and chest. Wires connect these electrodes to the ECG machine. This machine detects the electrical signals that start each heartbeat and records them onto paper or a computer.

CKHA completes an average of 40 – 50 ECG tests every day! By supporting this fundraiser, you are helping to enhance cardiac care at CKHA.

Thank you for supporting our 2020 Igniting Healthcare 50/50 FUNdraiser, which helped us purchase a new C-Arm for CKHA’s Urology department.


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Rules of Play for 50/50 Electronic Raffle - Lottery License #RAF1204255

  1. The on-line lottery will take place from May 4, 2021 to July 22, 2021, tickets can be purchased at any time between these dates at ignite5050.ca.
  2. The hand-held option to purchase lottery tickets may be available at various locations throughout the Municipality of Chatham-Kent between the dates of May 4, 2021 to July 22, 2021.
  3. The following locations are scheduled for ticket sales during the listed dates and times (subject to change):
    1. Handheld machines will be available to purchase lottery tickets at Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation (9 Ursuline Avenue, Chatham) from May 4, 2021 to July 22, 2021.
  4. The draw will take place at 1:00 pm on July 22, 2021 at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation, 9 Ursuline Ave., Chatham.
  5. All tickets will only be sold to people who are 18 years of age or older.
  6. Tickets are $10.00 for 10 tickets, $20.00 for 60 tickets and $50.00 for 200 tickets.
  7. Tickets will be sold using electronic raffle system supplied by Ascend Fundraising Solutions.
  8. After buying, patrons will be given by the sellers, a receipt with their 50/50 registered numbers from a Random Selection System. No specific numbers can be given as numbers are generated randomly.
  9. The winning ticket number will be selected by a Random Number Generation (RNG) system from all raffle numbers sold for the draw for the Igniting Healthcare 50/50 FUNdraiser.
  10. The amount of the 50/50 will be on the website ignite5050.ca, and updated regularly on CKHAF social media channels.
  11. The winning number will be announced via a Facebook Live event on the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation Facebook page, as well as through posts on the CKHAF Instagram and Twitter pages (@ckhafoundation), posted on www.ckhaf.ca and through the Chatham-Daily News.
  12. If the patron with the winning number on their ticket is at Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation where the number has been drawn, they may then come to the front lobby to claim their prize.
  13. If the winner is not in attendance at Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation office, or does not wish to claim their prize immediately, they may claim their prize by contacting Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation at: (519) 436-2538, or by email at: foundation@ckha.on.ca. The ticket may then be brought to Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation located at 9 Ursuline Avenue, Chatham, ON N7M 5L9 at an agreed upon time for ticket verification. The winner will then be paid by cheque for the amount posted at the event for which they bought their ticket. Winners must have the original winning ticket and no copies. All payments will be made by cheque.
  14. The winning ticket holder has 6 months in which to claim their prize from the date of the draw their ticket was purchase for.
  15. The winner must provide his/her name, address and phone number with picture identification for our report sheet.
  16. Once the certified winner is verified, and provides identification with photo ID, they will be given a cheque in the amount of the declared prize which is, at minimum, 50% of the total sales for the Igniting Healthcare 50/50 Raffle. If the winner cannot provide photo ID, then the winning proceeds will be held until such identification can be provided.
  17. If no winner comes forward the number will be announced repeatedly through local media, and posted on the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation website and social media accounts.
  18. In the event that no winner comes forward, the winning stub will kept in a safety deposit box and held for 6 months. After that time period has elapsed the prize will be donated to a charity other than Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation, with the approval of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO).
  19. The following individuals are not eligible to participate in the 50/50 draw:
    • Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Foundation Board of Directors, and staff assisting in the conduct and management of the 50/50 event may not have any monetary interest ticket or entry, or have a chance to win a lottery prize in any way.
    • Any volunteer actively assisting in the conduct and management of the 50/50 event may not purchase a ticket. Volunteers who are not participating in an active role may purchase a ticket.
  20. The above set of rules will be posted at each event and location.

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