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Stroke can happen to anyone at any time, though your chances increase after the age of 50. A stroke is a medical emergency, just like a heart attack, and medical help is needed right away.
At St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, our specially trained ER staff and Telestroke technology provide fast treatment for people experiencing a stroke.
Strokes usually give warnings. It is important to know the warning signs of a stroke and seek medical attention immediately at a hospital with a stroke center. Prompt medical attention may prevent a serious stroke and prevent injury to the brain.
If you experience any of these stroke symptoms:
Act F.A.S.T. with these stroke signs:
For more information on stroke care, please call 530.529.8000. For a physician referral, call 888.628.1948 or use our search tool Find a Doctor.