Olympia Neurology physicians are proud to provide their expertise for the Providence Telestroke Network. Dr. M. Irina Ramneantu serves as the Stroke Director for this critical program.
If you or someone you know has a stroke, faster care can mean a better outcome. That’s why Olympia Neurology, along with Providence St. Peter Hospital are working together to provide patients with advanced stroke care 24 hours a day to communities in Southwest Washington. Through the Providence Telestroke network our physicians utilize a two-way video system to assess your condition and collaborate with emergency room physicians and nurses to provide you with the best care possible.
About Providence Telestroke Network
Providence Telestroke Network provides access to Providence St. Peter Hospital’s stroke specialists 24 hours a day. Through a secure two-way video system, our neurologists can be “in the room” with you, your family and your local physicians, helping to determine the best treatment for you. This means you can receive the most effective treatments right in your community, near your family and friends.
The following hospitals are part of Providence Telestroke Network in southwest Washington:
- Grays Harbor Community Hospital
- Summit Pacific Medical Center (Formerly Mark Reed Health Care District)
- Mason General Hospital
- Morton General Hospital
- Providence Centralia Hospital
- Willapa Harbor Hospital