The INTEGRIS Stroke Centers, are fully equipped to stop a stroke in its tracks 24/7 with a combination of specialized services and award winning care. Our Code Stroke Teams are ready and waiting to begin patient assessment and treatment immediately, meeting and exceeding national response times. Offering innovative and comprehensive treatment for our patients, the stroke centers provide in-house coverage through neurologists, stroke coordinators and more than 230 specially trained nurses and medical personnel to ensure patients receive top quality, evidence-based stroke care and vastly improved, long-term outcomes.
Certified by the Joint Commission, the stroke centers have become regional referral centers for community hospitals throughout the state, and serve as hub sites for the INTEGRIS TeleStroke Network. They are also integrated with INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation which is one of only three rehabilitation programs in Oklahoma that has CARF accreditation for its stroke specialty program. This type of accreditation is granted only to organizations that show substantial fulfillment of the standards established by CARF. An organization receiving a three-year accreditation has put itself through a rigorous peer review process and has demonstrated that its programs and services are of the highest quality.
Your vigilance and understanding of the warning signs, coupled with our commitment to providing a higher standard of care can minimize the impact of stroke and keep you and your loved ones healthy.
INTEGRIS Stroke Services
Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States suffers a stroke. If treated quickly enough, the effects of the stroke can be decreased by as much as 30 percent. Unfortunately, not all hospitals have the necessary personnel, equipment and organization required to rapidly and effectively treat these patients. INTEGRIS Stroke Centers are an exception.
Life After Stroke
Life after stroke can be challenging. The printable tips below, can help coping become easier and safer for those impacted by the stroke and those providing care for the stroke survivor.
Click on the links below to learn more about local and national stroke resources.