The role of a Stroke Prevention Clinic (SPC) is to ensure that individuals who are at high risk for stroke receive evidence-based care founded on best practices.  SPCs provide an integrated, comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach to stroke prevention.  Their main objectives are to reduce delays and inefficiencies in risk factor management of high-risk stroke patients and to facilitate timely access to interventions.

Teams can include stroke neurologists, stroke prevention nurse specialists, and administrative assistants.  Investigations and laboratory procedures are available.  Both pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions are provided to the high-risk individuals and stroke survivors.

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Ottawa Civic Hospital Regional Stroke Centre

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Cornwall Community Hospital

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Queensway Carleton Hospital

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Pembroke Regional Hospital District Stroke Centre

***Disclaimer: Any patient who has experienced symptoms of a stroke or TIA within the
last 48 hours should be directed to the nearest emergency department for brain imaging.***

 Want to refer a patient?

 ***Referrals are accepted by Medical Doctors and Nurse Practitioners only.

Criteria for patient referral:

  • Patients who have experienced symptoms of a stroke or TIA and have not been assessed by a neurologist for this event
  • Patients who have concerning risk factors
  • Quebec patients are accepted if the referral is sent by an emergency department physician or a specialist.
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