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Seconds matter when it comes to getting immediate treatment in the case of stroke. Glendale Memorial's Stroke Program can help quickly diagnose and treat a stroke.
A stroke is an emergency that requires immediate medical attention. Sometimes called a “brain attack,” a stroke most often occurs when a blocked or reputed blood vessel causes a sudden loss of blood flow to the brain. It results in rapid death of brain cells and impairment to the parts of the body those brain cells control. It can even result in death. Learn More
Act F.A.S.T. to help identify symptoms of a stroke. Seconds do matter when it comes to getting immediate treatment for stroke. If you feel you or a loved one may be having a stroke call 911 immediately. Stroke is the 4th leading cause of death in the U.S. and the leading cause of disability, affecting approximately 795,000 people each year, experiencing a new or recurrent stroke. Stroke can happen at any age - 25% of strokes occur in the pre-retirement population before the age of 65.
Recently awarded Primary Stroke Certification by The Joint Commission, Glendale Memorial meets specific criteria and core clinical performance measures specific to accurately diagnosing and treating stroke patients.
Based on Healthgrades 2014 ratings, our hospital is a five-star recipient for Treatment of Stroke. Additionally, we recently received over half a million dollars by the UniHealth Foundation to support the launch and sustainability of an enhanced care coordination program designed to prevent secondary stroke. We've also been designated as a primary stroke center by The Joint Commission and we're an EMS designated stroke center. Learn More
Learn new information, resources, and strategies for stroke survivors and their families to live active, satisfying lives. Learn how to reduce the risk of recurrent stroke and build new confidence.