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Connections

Experience the first episode of the INTEGRIS For you. For health. For life. Connections series – a collection of episodes illustrating the human moments we all share.

Episode 1: No Warning

Midwest City Firefighter
Rex McGee

Rex thought he was healthy. He didn't suffer from shortness of breath, chest pains or any of the typical heart disease symptoms. He exercised regularly and had even recently taken his family on a ski trip. Knowing the unique stress firefighting can have on the cardiovascular system, Rex's old friend and INTEGRIS cardiac nurse Carl Frownfelter recommended he get a HeartScan – a simple suggestion with a profound impact.

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Rex McGee: No Warning

Rex had been on the life-saving side of heart attacks for decades when an INTEGRIS RN encouraged him to get a HeartScan - a simple test that saved his life.

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