When it comes to a stroke, early detection and treatment are essential to a strong recovery. Strokes can become complex. The USF Health Comprehensive Stroke Center, based at Tampa General Hospital, has the expertise and state-of-the-art facilities to provide the cutting-edge stroke care you need.
One of the largest in the country, the Bayshore Pavillion at TGH has a 10-bed Stroke Unit, which includes a 10-bed Trauma Resuscitation Unit and full capability CT and a MRI scan in the Emergency Department (ED); 2 dedicated neuroangiography suites; and a 32-bed Neurosciences Intensive Care Unit. As an academic medical center, our board certified neurologists, advanced neuro-imaging, complex neurosurgical interventions, and dedicated neurointensive care unit with nurses specifically trained in stroke care are ready to care for you.
USF Health’s Comprehensive Stroke Center at TGH, is a joint commission-certified Primary Stroke Center and Florida State-certified Comprehensive Stroke Center, received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association's Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award as recognition for excellent stroke patient care. In addition, the USF Health Comprehensive Stroke Center earned the Comprehensive Stroke Certification from the Healthcare Facilities Accreditation Program (HFAP), which acknowledges our expertise in the comprehensive care for complex stroke patients.
We also provide outpatient care at the USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare, conveniently located within walking distance of Tampa General Hospital. In our clinics, we provide continuous care for patients after their hospitalization and see new patients for consultation.
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