Meet our Patients
Bill Ramsey was 28 when he suffered his first stroke and his second at 33. Read about his story of survival and the lessons he learned about the signs of stroke and the need to get immediate attention.
Chelsey Potter is a college student and athlete whose active lifestyle was slowed by supraventricular tachycardia, an occasional rapid heartbeat, and vasovagal syncope, a condition that causes lightheadedness and fainting spells. Learn how she found treatment and returned to active college life.
Fern Watson takes part in the Heart Failure Disease Management Program by monitoring small changes and getting monthly checkups
Karen Fifer suffered a ruptured cerebral aneurysm on Good Friday, 2011. Read how neuro-interventional surgery procedures save her life — again and again.
Sarah Brown thought her sister was having a migraine, but as the headache worsened she became aware that her 30-year-old sister was having a stroke. Read her story and what this Stroke Center Program Coordinator learned from her own experiences with stroke.
Shareena Turley knows first-hand that a stroke can occur at any age, fortunately, she also knew the signs and symptoms of stroke.