Damar Hamlin announces scholarship program in honor of life-saving medical team 

The program will award $1,000 scholarships; one in the name of each of 10 individuals who were involved in Damar’s life-saving care. Chasing M’s Foundation has pledged a total of $10,000 per year in funding over a three-year period to support the scholarship program. Details, criteria, and information for students interested in applying will be available on the charity website at www.chasingmsfoundation.com in the coming weeks.  The first round of scholarships will be awarded in 2024. 

Scholarships will be named after the following individuals: B. Woods Curry, MD (Airway physician, field response), Betty Tsuei, MD (Surgical ICU), Saad Ahmad, MD (Cardiology), Jason McMullan, MD (Emergency Response Physician, Field Response), Claire Deglow, RN (SICU), Alyssa Zimmerman, RN (SICU), Val Lake, RN (SICU), Rob Hursong, EMT-P (Supervisor, Paramedic), John Bush, RRT (Field RT), and Gary Richardson, RRT (SICU RT). 


Damar Hamlin’s charity is dedicated to the development, health & safety of youth through sports, engagement activities, training & programming.  Since experiencing cardiac arrest on January 2, 2023, Hamlin has been dedicated to increasing awareness of the need for CPR training and AED access, advocating for legislation, and launching his Chasing M’s CPR Tour to give back to others.  Given an unexpected life mission, Hamlin is passionate about creating programs and initiatives to encourage young people to live their dreams and inspire others who face adversity.  To learn more, go to: https://www.chasingmsfoundation.com.

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