At North Arkansas Regional Medical Center, we understand that a stroke can be a life-changing event and are dedicated to providing the best care to our patients. Within the past year, our team received the Site Excellence Award, denoting our work as being “above the rest” in the care of stroke patients. We were also awarded the Fastest Door to Needle Time in the State in 2022.

The number of Americans who die of stroke is significantly less now than it was 15 years ago because of improved treatments and increased awareness around the symptoms of a stroke. Closely monitoring blood pressure, incorporating a healthy lifestyle, and better eating habits are good ways to minimize the possibility of having a stroke.

At NARMC, we use state-of-the-art technology and innovative treatments to provide the best possible outcomes for our stroke patients. This includes our partnership with the UAMS Institute for Digital Health and Innovation (IDHI) Stroke Program, a consultative service that connects our emergency department with on-call neurologists via telemedicine. The program provides live neurology consultations by connecting potential stroke patients with specialists who offer on-the-spot diagnosis and treatment. Led by the IDHI, the Stroke Program ensures the best possible diagnosis and treatment are delivered to our patients as quickly as possible.

Our stroke treatment services are tailored to each patient's individual needs, ensuring the best possible care is received. From diagnosis to rehabilitation, our team of health care professionals is committed to providing personalized care to help patients recover and regain their independence. We also offer a range of support services to our patients and their families, including education and counseling to help manage the emotional and physical effects of a stroke.

If you or a loved one has suffered a stroke, we invite you to learn more about our stroke treatment services and how we can help. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and take the first step toward recovery.