High-quality, nationally recognized stroke care is right here, close to home.
A stroke is as serious as it gets. The faster you can get care, the better. Timely care limits damage to the brain and increases the odds for a full recovery. So it’s comforting to know that excellent care is close to home for patients and families experiencing stroke and other cerebrovascular conditions.
Offering highly specialized care from board-certified experts, our goal is to decrease the occurrence of stroke and its complications in the communities we serve and to advance the field of cerebrovascular disease care.
Through ground-breaking research, team-based care, and advanced technologies and treatments, we work to provide the best possible outcome for you.
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Nationally recognized for high-quality stroke care
You can feel confident in the care you’ll receive at Dartmouth Health, because we have been recognized over and over again by trusted national leaders.
Recognized for excellence by U.S. News & World Report
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center is recognized as a high-performing hospital for outstanding stroke care by U.S. News & World Report.
Honored by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association
Our greatest reward is caring for our patients. That's why we're committed to turning treatment guidelines into lifelines.
Certified for advanced stroke care by The Joint Commission
We received the Gold Seal of Approval® for complex stroke care, which means our facility meets rigorous performance standards in delivering quality and safe care.
Stroke education and awareness
Here is some important information about strokes: what a stroke is, the warning signs, what to do if you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms, and how to reduce the chances that you will have one. Click to download your copy now.
Stroke Support Group
A stroke can be a life-changing experience for the whole family. We invite stroke survivors, family members and caregivers to join a stroke support group. At these meetings you can share experiences, learn important information, and get support and encouragement from others who understand what you are going through.
Support groups are typically held at the Aging Resource Center, at 46 Centerra Parkway, Lebanon NH on the second floor. While our sessions are currently virtual, check back for more information about when we will resume in-person.
Depending on your condition, you may need to meet with more than one physician in the Cerebrovascular Disease and Stroke Program.
Your primary care provider (PCP) can make a referral to the appropriate section by contacting the Physician Connection Center.