Primary Stroke Center
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Open 365 days a year | 24/7
Seton Medical Center has been designated a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission, the leading accrediting body for hospitals in the U.S. Seton’s stroke program has earned the Gold Plus Performance Achievement Award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for exemplary care of stroke patients. The award recognizes Seton’s continuing success in adhering to scientifically proven care of stroke patients and compliance with rigorous quality measures to raise patient survival rates. If you experience any of these symptoms, call 911 immediately.
Read more about symptoms and risk factors of a stroke.
There are steps we can take to prevent medical emergencies, starting with getting annual physicals and exercising regularly:
We can also help prevent emergencies by reducing risk factors that can be dangerous to our health:
The emergency physicians at Seton Medical Center are trained in pediatric airway management, resuscitation of infants and other childhood emergencies.
Seek immediate medical help if your child exhibits any of the following warning signs of a medical emergency:
Please bring your child’s medical history and any medications (in their original containers) with you to the Emergency Department. If your child has swallowed poison or any harmful medications, call poison control first at (800) 222-1222, and then bring the suspected poison or medication with your child to the Emergency Department.