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Stroke Center

Stroke Center

State-of-the-art care for stroke patients

Southwest General’s award-winning Stroke Center provides state-of-the-art care for stroke patients as well as ongoing efforts in stroke prevention. Patients benefit from:

  • Modern and efficient acute-care facilities
  • Quality, compassionate care
  • State-of-the-art procedures and medications
  • Stroke-oriented patient education
  • An interdisciplinary team-oriented approach to care
  • An emphasis on wellness that continues post treatment to promote a healthy lifestyle


The Stroke Center’s programs to manage and prevent strokes include:

  • Rapid diagnosis
  • Emergency and first responder interaction
  • Rapid treatment
  • Patient follow-up
  • Community and patient education

Quality medical care and community education key factors in the management of strokes

In addition to addressing the physical needs of stroke patients, Southwest General’s Neurosciences team has worked to raise public awareness of the signs and symptoms of stroke so that people can take appropriate action and call for help if someone appears to be having a stroke.

Award-Winning Stroke Care Services

Southwest General’s Stroke Center has been awarded Advanced Certification as a Primary Stroke Center from the Joint Commission. This certification recognizes Southwest General’s adherence to consensus-based national standards and guidelines that can significantly improve outcomes for stroke patients by managing and optimizing care.

Skilled and Committed Professionals

The neurologists and neurosurgeons together with the support staff that make up the Stroke Center’s medical team are specially trained to respond effectively and efficiently when patients present with stroke symptoms.  As a Primary Stroke Center, Southwest General’s staff is trained to do this in compliance with the “Recommendations for Primary Stroke Centers” published by the Brain Attack Coalition. Their skills have been honed to assure that they intervene quickly to preserve brain tissue to maintain patient functions.

We Look Forward to Helping You.

For more information about the Stroke Center at Southwest General Hospital, to schedule an appointment or to register for a patient education program, please call 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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