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It Takes a Brain to Save a Mind

Our Primary Stroke Centers have advanced certification. 


Neurological Care

Dignity Health Central Coast is the largest network of Primary Stroke Center hospitals on the Central Coast that include a breadth of neurological care services, when combined, unavailable anywhere else in the area.

Primary Stroke Centers

Comprehensive Neurological Care Services

Our patients benefit from our dedicated team approach. That means you have a team of specialists working together to manage your care, including neurologists, neurosurgeons and neurointerventional radiologists. With physicians that are leaders in their fields, we combine advanced treatment options with a warm, personalized approach. Additionally, The American Heart/Stroke Association and The Joint Commission have designated Dignity Health Central Coast as Primary Stroke Centers.

Learn more about the available award-winning services and treatments available at the Dignity Health Central Coast Neuroscience Services:

Extensive, Cohesive, Team-Centered Stroke Care

The Dignity Health Central Coast Neuroscience Services Stroke Program is unique in that it offers patients a broad continuum of care from Emergency Department treatment to in-house acute rehabilitation.

In order to provide advance, comprehensive care for stroke patients, the stroke team includes:

  • Hospital-based physicians available 24/7 with expertise in stroke diagnosis and emergency treatment
  • Registered nurses available 24/7 with expertise in stroke management 
  • Physical, speech, and occupational therapists
  • Dieticians
  • Case managers and social workers

The team also relies on the excellent services of the Dignity Health pharmacy, Laboratory, and Diagnostic Imaging Department.

To request additional information from someone at the Dignity Health Central Coast Neuroscience Services, please call (877) 401-8771.

Dignity Health Concussion Network

It is important for each athlete to know the signs and symptoms of a concussion and a potentially dangerous brain injury as well as the steps in the recovery process and in making a return-to-play decision. The Dignity Health Concussion Network is here to help every student athlete play safely.