From prevention to treatment and recovery, Yale New Haven Hospital provides the most experienced doctors and the latest diagnostic tools, techniques and treatments for exceptional stroke care, 24 hours a day.
The Stroke Center
Yale New Haven Hospital is a Joint Commission Primary Stroke Center, nationally recognized for its expertise in providing the highest level of care to stroke patients. Here, patients receive rapid access to treatment by an expert team that includes vascular neurology, endovascular surgical neuroradiology, neurovascular surgery, neurocritical care, physical medicine and rehabilitation, emergency medicine and other medical subspecialties, who work together to diagnose and determine the most appropriate stroke treatment for patients with stroke and other cerebrovascular disorders.
We follow best practices to try to preserve brain function and prevent serious injury or death, knowing that timely, effective treatment can make a significant difference in a better quality of life following recovery. Patient and family care is measured by a performance improvement process and reported publicly with other national programs. Being certified by The Joint Commission means that we provide stroke care 24-hours a day, seven days a week, and we have met the most stringent standards currently in use for stroke treatment.
Our in-patient services include a dedicated neuro-intensive care unit and a stroke service with a patient and family-centered approach to the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with cerebrovascular disease.
Specialized stroke clinics are available for community physician referrals, stroke consults and for primary and secondary stroke prevention.
Learn about our Stroke Center performance and outcome measures
Physicians: As the destination center for acute care, Yale New Haven Hospital specialists are here to assist you in caring for your patients with complex acute, chronic or difficult-to-diagnose illnesses. Medical consultations and expedited transfer/admissions are available for adult and pediatric patients through our Y Access Line.