When you or a loved one is experiencing a stroke, seconds count, so it’s very important that stroke sufferers receive treatment immediately.
HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center is home to a specialty trained stroke team and telestroke that provides rapid access to customized care with expertise and written care protocols. When a blocked blood vessel in the brain causes a stroke, our team is ready to act quickly, treating eligible patients with a clot-busting medicine to open the blockage.
HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center is a Certified Primary Stroke Center. As a Joint Commission stroke center, our team meets or exceeds quality measures. Patients affected by stroke, seizure or other acute needs can get to us quickly and safely via local emergency medical services—helping our team stabilize and treat them as soon as possible.
For more information about the HSHS St. Mary's Hospital Stroke Center, call 920-433-8430.
- Diagnostic imaging available 24/7
- Management of acute strokes
- Management of transient ischemic attack (TIA)
- Open endarterectomy for cartoid stenosis
- Post-stroke recovery
- Inpatient rehabilitation at our partner hospital, HSHS St. Vincent Hospital
Patient & Family Resources
American Stroke Association
American Medical Association
Dietary Guidelines for Americans
Family Caregiver Alliance
Lotsa Helping Hands
National Family Caregivers Association
National Stroke Association
National Institute of Neurological Disorder and Stroke
National Institutes of Health
The Stroke Network
Well Spouse Association
Click here to learn more about events.
The Northeast Wisconsin Stroke Support Group is open to stroke survivors , caregivers, family and friends. The purpose of the Stroke Support Group is to Promote an increased understanding of stroke through written materials and guest speakers, sharing of concerns by stroke sufferers and their caregivers, as well as opportunities for increased community involvement and social interaction.
The group typically meets the second Thursday of every month from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Please call (920) 433-0111 to verify, as schedule does change.
Brain injury support group
The brain injury support group offers assistance to those who have sustained a brain injury due to trauma, as wewll as their friends and family members. Those who attend receive education, information, support, ecouragement and opportunities for socialization.
Call (920) 866-9453 for specific date, time and location information