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Neurological Institute

Neurological Institute

Introducing University Hospitals Neurological Institute at Southwest General

Southwest General has collaborated with University Hospitals to bring the award-winning care of University Hospitals Neurological Institute (UH NI) closer to communities in the Southwest region of Greater Cleveland.

The UH NI at Southwest General focuses on providing patients with individualized care and the best technologies, treatment options and doctors available in the area. UH Case Medical Center is the only Joint Commission-certified Comprehensive Stroke Center in the region, reflecting its ability to offer the highest quality stroke care and treat the most complex cases. Southwest General is certified as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission and also has earned the prestigious American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award and Target Stroke Honor Roll status.

The UH NI at Southwest General will focus on:

Bringing the UH NI to Southwest General helps leverage the combined strength of both facilities and further advances Southwest General’s already strong reputation in neurosciences and stroke care, built by physicians on its Medical Staff and other dedicated care providers.

Additionally, through this partnership, physicians on Southwest General’s Medical Staff and the patients they care for will have enhanced access to the multidisciplinary team of nationally recognized specialists, cutting-edge technology and innovative treatment options that have earned the UH NI recognition by US News and World Report as one of the best neurology and neurosurgery programs in the country.

For more information on Neurology and Neuroscience services at Southwest General, call our Health Connection at 440-816-5050.

 

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Southwest General Sets the Bar High for Care of Stroke and Heart Failure Patients
Each year, 795,000 people across the U.S. experience a stroke. Approximately 5.7 million people suffer from heart failure.
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