Stroke patients treated at Providence Stroke Center receive some of the best care in the nation. Providence has made the 2012 Target: Stroke Honor Roll.
25-year-old Providence Medford nurse Rocio Mendoza will run a half marathon just eight months after suffering a stroke.
For the fifth consecutive year, Providence Home Health has been named a top home care provider in HomeCare Elite’s annual compilation of the top-performing home health agencies in the U.S.
Providence Health & Services has been awarded a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to expand telestroke services in the Pacific Northwest.
Southern Oregon Magazine explains how Providence Medford Medical Center is saving lives with telestroke.
Excellent teamwork has allowed Wallowa to provide their patients with stroke treatment times that are on par with primary stroke centers.
Three years after implementing telestroke, this 25-bed critical access hospital is an example of how rural health care facilities are making a measurable impact on health.
Earlier this year, the USDA gave Providence Brain and Spine Institute's Telestroke Network a $253,000 grant to fund telestroke technology at five rural hospitals in eastern and central Oregon.
Providence Telestroke Network has earned the 2012 Quality Improvement Initiatives Award, one of the top honors given by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.
See how telemedicine is helping people with Parkinson's disease get checkups without having to travel long distances to see a specialist in Portland.
Learn why Providence Telestroke Network received this recognition of superior achievements in care and service to the health of our communities.
Watch a video showing the new robot providing patients at Providence Medford Medical Center with 24/7 stroke care.
Stroke patients at Sky Lakes Medical Center now have local access to stroke specialists thanks to Providence Telestroke Network.
When Martha Hoskins planned her lunch with Joan Chapman, she had no idea that a robot would help save her life.
Watch the AM Northwest segment with a couple who beat stroke with FAST action and a telestroke consult at Providence Newberg Medical Center.
KATU, KOIN, KGW and KPTV have partnered with Providence Stroke Center to share this message about stroke warning signs.
How a wife's fast action and Providence Telestroke Network led to lifesaving stroke treatment.
The success of Providence Telestroke Network will be the subject of an oral presentation at the 17th annual international meeting of the American Telemedicine Association in April.
Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center has joined Providence Telestroke Network to provide after-hours acute stroke care.
Five hospitals in eastern and central Oregon will recieve access to lifesaving stroke expertise from Providence Brain and Spine Institute.
Providence Stroke Center Medical Director Ted Lowenkopf, M.D., explains how our telestroke program is expanding care across the region.
Expanding our services to meet the community's needs.
Ocean Beach Hospital in Ilwaco, Washington has joined the Providence Telestroke Network. We can now help provide the community with real-time stroke expertise.
Residents in rural communities can now take advantage of more modern health care treatments without having to travel to larger cities.
To survive stroke and limit disability, every second counts. For communities without a stroke specialist on hand, now a Telestroke robot is helping save the lives of some stroke patients.
Providence neurologists are testing a promising new procedure that could potentially change the way bleeding strokes are treated.
While Providence expands its Telestroke Network to treat stroke patients quickly, prevention still is the best medicine.
Oregon’s stroke death rate has fallen from the fifth highest in the nation to No. 12, according to recent statistics.
Ocean Beach Hospital in Ilwaco, Wash. is now officially a part of Providence Telestroke Network. Learn how telestroke works and why it is important to the coastal community.
Health Leaders Media provides a detailed look at why telestroke is such a successful means of improving stroke care in small and rural communities.
A complication during labor separated a mother from her newborn, as her baby was rushed to a NICU 20 miles away.
KXL interview on why it is important to treat stroke patients in their local hosptials.
Providence Newberg Medical Center is now linked to Providence Telestroke Network.
Even though she was 40 miles from a specialized stroke center, a Newberg woman received an emergency stroke examination.
Providence Brain Institute's telestroke network is quickly growing.
Tia, a Providence telestroke robot, was at the Tigard mall in May to help kick off a month long stroke awareness campaign.
Medford's local paper explains how telestroke will improve stroke care at Providence Medford Medical Center.
See how a patient being treated in Portland receives frequent visits from her son in La Grande.