Stroke Resource Program
Stroke is the number five cause of death, and a leading cause of adult disability in the United States.
Doylestown Hospital is designated as a Stroke Resource Center by the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association, and is also a Joint Commission-certified Primary Stroke Center.
A stroke is an interruption of the blood supply to any part of the brain. When part of the brain does not get blood flow due to a blocked or ruptured blood vessel, that part of the brain starts to die. A stroke is sometimes called a brain attack. Approximately 795,000 Americans each year suffer a new or recurrent stroke. That means, on average, a stroke occurs every 40 seconds.
At Doylestown Health, a stroke alert system is in place to provide the most expedient stroke care.
Doylestown Health's Emergency Medicine physicians, Interventional Cardiologists and Neurologists provide innovative treatments to help limit stroke damage.
Stroke is a medical emergency. Fast treatment can help minimize brain damage and other complications. Learn more and call 911 if someone has stroke symptoms.
Stroke is a medical emergency that requires immediate treatment. Learn more about the tests that may be performed at the hospital if a stroke is suspected.
When stroke happens, seconds count. Fortunately, Doylestown Health Stroke Services offers highly-specialized expertise and advanced stroke treatment options.
Doylestown Health's stroke experts offer comprehensive stroke care in conveniently accessible locations throughout the area.
Doylestown Health's award-winning Stroke Center is recognized with elite-plus quality achievement and Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers.