Patient Success Stories
“There was never a night or a problem that could defeat sunrise or hope” ~ Bernard Williams.
Eddie Vincent was a truck driver, a Harley rider, a man’s man in every sense of the word. He took care of others, especially his family, and most of all, his old lady Sandy. Then the unthinkable happened. Eddie had a series of health problems including a heart attack, sepsis, and a major stroke that left him with expressive aphasia, where he lost the ability to speak fluently after severe damage to the left hemisphere of the brain.
The Sevaro Physician Difference – Neurology and Vascular Neurology Board Certifications
The physicians at Sevaro bring inherent value to differentiate and expand the care your hospital is seeking in Emergent Stroke Care, General Neurology, and EEG Reads.
Stroke Certification and Why it Matters – Advancing the Field of Neurology
The certification process for stroke first began in 2003, when the American Heart Association (AHA), American Stroke Association (ASA), and The Joint Commission created the initial Primary Stroke Center Certification.
Experience in Action – Leveraging Regional Coverage Pods for Continuity of Care and Strong Clinical Relationships
We’ve learned a lot through the years, and it shows in our culture, as our team consistently shares best practices and interacts with one another across sites to benefit our hospital partners and their patient care.
Minutes that Matter – Advancing the Field of Neurology with Direct Physician Access
The American Stroke Association (ASA) notes that “80% of strokes are preventable”. American Heart Association - CDC Prevention Programs | American Heart Association That 80% is what drives Sevaro Physicians to keep access speed a critical starting point of caring for each