Stroke definitely is not just an older person's disease – in fact, it's on the rise in younger people.
Learn how Providence built a telestroke network to improve stroke care in communities in Oregon and Washington.
Through advanced video conferencing technology, our Providence stroke neurologists can speak with distant community hospital physicians.
From publishing in medical journals to presenting at peer conferences, Providence Brain and Spine Institute experts have been active on a national and international scale.
If you are a medical professional interested in adding Providence Telemedicine Network to your hospital, we'd like to speak to you.
We are making great strides toward enhancing stroke care and reducing death and disability caused by stroke.
Miles away… and by your side. See the map of all telestroke locations.
How much does Providence Telestroke Network cost? There is no fee for non-profit hospitals to participate in Providence Telestroke Network.
Providence Stroke Center is a leader in comprehensive, state-of-the-art stroke care, education and research.
Our goal is to help you enhance stroke care in your community.
Providence Telestroke Network uses state-of-the-art technologies that are user-friendly, readily available, reliable and secure, resulting in a network that is easy to deploy, operate and maintain.
We are using telemedicine to work with providers across the Pacific Northwest to improve care, keep patients close to home and save lives.
Watch this video depicting the lifesaving power of telestroke.
The Providence Brain and Spine Institute's Stroke Center is seeking to extend the Providence Telestroke Network (PTN) to additional rural and urban underserved areas in Eastern Washington and examine the economic and community value derived by participating hospitals through a $1 million, four-year award from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).