Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center is the only hospital in the Deltona, Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach region to receive the Stroke Care Excellence Award™ 3 years in a row (2010-2012). We have also ranked among the top 10% in the nation for treatment of stroke three years in a row (2010-2012) and are steadfastly dedicated to bringing the highest standard of stoke care to our surrounding communities.
Located at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, the Primary Stroke Center is equipped to deliver care 24-hours a day, 365 days a year. Our hospital provides exceptionally skilled stroke care services including:
- Acute stroke and rapid response teams; specially trained medical teams providing critical care management to patients in our Emergency Departments as well as inpatient areas
- Inpatient stroke unit staffed with skilled and caring RNs, many who have achieved their specialty certification in critical care
- Long-term follow-up care through our Peninsula Rehabilitation Center
Think FAST, Act FAST
Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in America and a leading cause of adult disability. The good news is that up to 80 percent of strokes are preventable. By making lifestyle changes to improve your health, you can prevent a stroke!
Take Florida Hospital’s free stroke risk assessment quiz online at www.ThinkFastActFast.org.
Post Stroke Rehabilitation
Stroke rehabilitation is an important part of recovery, helping build back strength, coordination, endurance and confidence. In stroke rehabilitation, we teach patients how to move, talk, think and care for themselves. The goal is to help patients relearn the things they did before the stroke.
Peninsula Rehabilitation Center at our Oceanside campus is a specialized rehab hospital, fully accredited by The Joint Commission and the Commission of Rehabilitation Facilities. Our highly specialized training has enabled our staff to develop higher levels of expertise and achieve better results for our stroke patients so they may achieve their highest level of functional independence. Learn more by visiting our Peninsula Rehabilitation Center page or calling (386) 671-5026.