The Blount Memorial Hospital Stroke Program offers education, prevention and lifesaving treatment
Stroke is the third-leading cause of death in the United States and the No. 1 reason for adult disability. Blount Memorial’s state-of-the-art stroke program focuses on stroke prevention and the importance of seeking immediate treatment for stroke-related symptoms.
The comprehensive program helps people recognize the signs of a stroke and reduce their risk. When a stroke occurs, Blount Memorial provides prompt, lifesaving treatment, as well as the specialized therapy needed to recover.
For more information about the Blount Memorial stroke program or the hospital’s free stroke support group, call 865-980-4739.