Stroke-Neurology
Services

We take a multidisciplinary approach and provide minimally invasive treatment options to each and every patient.

Award-Winning Stroke Services

Our highly trained stroke teams include board-certified emergency physicians, neurologists, and other stroke care specialists who are devoted to delivering exceptional patient care.  Time is precious when the onset of stroke symptoms first occur. Our teams are skilled and experienced in treating stroke symptoms, fast.

Orange County Global Medical Center is proud to have received the highest level of certification for a stroke center and is one of less than 300 Certified Comprehensive Stroke-Neurology Receiving Centers (SNRC) in the nation. 

Additionally, Anaheim Global Medical Center, Chapman Global Medical Center, Hemet Global Medical Center and South Coast Global Medical Center are Certified Primary Stroke Centers.

A stroke occurs when the brain is deprived of sufficient blood flow, leading to an interruption in the delivery of vital oxygen and nutrients. A delayed disruption of normal blood flow can cause lasting damage to brain tissue. The key to recovery is the administration of treatment within the first couple of hours after having had a stroke. This has been shown to improve long term outcomes.

As Certified Stroke Centers, we offer stroke emergency evaluation and intervention, stroke education for our patients and their families, and nutrition education and a rehabilitation program in accordance with guidelines set forth by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.

Use F.A.S.T. to remember and recognize the following signs of a stroke:

We provide a wide range of care and options for our patients who have been affected by stroke, including:

  • ED rapid screening
  • Neuro-intervention
  • Mechanical clot retrieval devices
  • Aneurysm coiling and clipping
  • Neurosurgery
  • Radiology, including CT and MRI scanning
  • Rehab services (Speech, Physical and Occupational therapy)
  • IV/AV Thrombolytic therapy (tPA)

We also provide our patients with the latest technology to quickly and accurately assess and treat a stroke, along with the effects it might have on our patients.

  • Alteplase Clot Buster (tPA)
  • Clot Retrieval Intervention (Thrombectomy)
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG)
  • Chest X-ray
  • Carotid ultrasound
  • Transthoracic Echocardiography Ultrasound (ECHO)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study (MRI)

For more information on stroke services please visit the services page at any one of our locations or, email stroke@KPCHealth.com:

Award-Winning Stroke Services

Our highly trained stroke teams include board-certified emergency physicians, neurologists, and other stroke care specialists who are devoted to delivering exceptional patient care.  Time is precious when the onset of stroke symptoms first occur. Our teams are skilled and experienced in treating stroke symptoms, fast.

Orange County Global Medical Center is proud to have received the highest level of certification for a stroke center and is one of less than 300 Certified Comprehensive Stroke-Neurology Receiving Centers (SNRC) in the nation. 

Additionally, Anaheim Global Medical Center, Chapman Global Medical Center, Hemet Global Medical Center and South Coast Global Medical Center are Certified Primary Stroke Centers.

A stroke occurs when the brain is deprived of sufficient blood flow, leading to an interruption in the delivery of vital oxygen and nutrients. A delayed disruption of normal blood flow can cause lasting damage to brain tissue. The key to recovery is the administration of treatment within the first couple of hours after having had a stroke. This has been shown to improve long term outcomes.

As Certified Stroke Centers, we offer stroke emergency evaluation and intervention, stroke education for our patients and their families, and nutrition education and a rehabilitation program in accordance with guidelines set forth by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.

Use F.A.S.T. to remember and recognize the following signs of a stroke:

We provide a wide range of care and options for our patients who have been affected by stroke, including:

  • ED rapid screening
  • Neuro-intervention
  • Mechanical clot retrieval devices
  • Aneurysm coiling and clipping
  • Neurosurgery
  • Radiology, including CT and MRI scanning
  • Rehab services (Speech, Physical and Occupational therapy)
  • IV/AV Thrombolytic therapy (tPA)

We also provide our patients with the latest technology to quickly and accurately assess and treat a stroke, along with the effects it might have on our patients.

  • Alteplase Clot Buster (tPA)
  • Clot Retrieval Intervention (Thrombectomy)
  • Electrocardiogram (EKG)
  • Chest X-ray
  • Carotid ultrasound
  • Transthoracic Echocardiography Ultrasound (ECHO)
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Study (MRI)

For more information on stroke services please visit the services page at any one of our locations or, email stroke@KPCHealth.com: