Vista Health System's Primary Stroke Center is accredited by the Joint Commission and committed to acting fast when it comes to preventing and treating strokes.
Strokes occur when blood flow to the brain is disrupted and are signaled by a sudden loss of vision, face numbness, dizziness and/or a severe headache. Risk factors include high-blood pressure, diabetes, excess alcohol consumption, genetics and heart disease.
Strokes are real emergencies. Our professional emergency response and stroke alert teams are trained and ready to quickly attend to these critical situations. When you come to our stroke center, you can expect:
We also partner with SSEEO (Stroke Survivors Empowering Each Other) to offer support, education and resources to you and your family.
Check our calendar for support group dates and times.
For more information, please call:
1324 N. Sheridan Road
Waukegan, IL 60085