The Advanced Primary Stroke Center at Kent Hospital is committed to providing an evidence-based, state-of-the-art approach to the diagnosis and treatment of Stroke, and increasing community awareness of the signs and symptoms and emergent nature of stroke.
Kent Hospital was the second hospital in Rhode Island to receive the Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission as a Certified Advanced Primary Stroke Program in 2008.
The Advanced Primary Stroke Center at Kent Hospital has earned the Gold Plus Achievement Award by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. Additionally, Kent Hospital’s stroke center received the Target: Stroke Award and the Target: Type 2 Diabetes Award. Kent Hospital applies the most up-to-date, evidence-based treatment guidelines to improve patient care and outcomes.
455 Toll Gate Road
Warwick, RI 02886
P: (401) 737-7010 ext. 35510 or 31879
If you or someone you know has symptoms of Stroke, call 911 immediately.
A stroke occurs when the brain's blood supply is interrupted. Without oxygen and nutrients from the blood, brain cells start to die rapidly. Left undiagnosed or untreated, it can result in serious and debilitating injury with loss of function or even loss of life. Stroke is a Brain Attack!
People who survive a stroke may suffer serious, long-term disabilities.Stroke damage can result in paralysis, numbness, imbalance, and difficulty communicating. While there is no way to reverse the effects of stroke, it is possible to regain lost function. Kent's experienced rehabilitation therapists help stroke survivors restore independent and productive lives.
At Care New England, our team of specialists work together to provide the highest quality care available within an integrated network to support and assist victims and survivors of stroke utilizing the latest diagnostic tools and medications.
We provide various rehabilitation options that include an acute inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, CARF certified Stroke Specialty, and outpatient programs across Care New England.
Kent Hospital has assembled a team of experienced clinical professionals who work together under nationally recommended guidelines of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association to coordinate timely interventions, treatments, and rehabilitation.
The Stroke Program at Kent Hospital is pleased to host a monthly stroke support group for stroke survivors and caregivers on the last Wednesday of the month. Each month a new guest speaker will be discussing concerns regarding stroke. All members of the community who have survived a stroke, are at risk of a stroke, or are caregivers for someone who has experienced a stroke, are encouraged to attend.
Medical Director Advanced Primary Stroke Center at Kent Hospital
Nurse Director, Advanced Primary Stroke Center at Kent Hospital
Administrative Assistant, Advanced Primary Stroke Center at Kent Hospital