About Our Stroke Centers

Primary Stroke Center

To effectively treat stroke there are a number of Scott & White Primary Stroke Centers offering exceptional care. Designation as a Primary Stroke Center means we provide a team available 24 hours a day, seven days a week with immediate, comprehensive evaluations of patients with acute stroke.

Primary Stroke Center must meet specific criteria to receive this designation. Learn more »

The following facilities are designated as Primary Stroke Centers:

Stroke Ready Center

When experiencing a stroke, you may seek treatment from a Stroke Ready Center. Like a Primary Stroke Center, these centers must met specific criteria in order to qualify but are not as fully equipped as a Primary Stroke Center.

Stroke Ready Centers provide timely access to stroke care in the community and are prepared to meet the initial needs of stroke patients. Learn more »

The following facility has been designated as a Level III-Stroke Support Center:

Awards and Achievements

Scott & White voluntarily participates in these award programs as a way to help show our patients the quality of care our stroke centers provide.

The Joint Commission’s “Gold Seal of Approval™” is an internationally recognized symbol of quality. Organizations that have achieved accreditation or certification from The Joint Commission may display the Gold Seal as an indicator that the organization has proven its commitment to high quality patient care and its willingness to be measured against the highest and most rigorous standards of performance.

The AHA Get With The Guidelines (GWTG) Quality Award recognizes a hospital’s adherence to evidence-based guidelines for patient care. The GWTG and Target Stroke are quality initiatives from AHA focused on improving the quality of care for stroke patients in the hospital.

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