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24 Hour On-Call Videoconferencing

In areas with fewer health care professionals, there is limited access to professionals who can diagnosis and treat stroke patients when time is a challenge. Using real-time videoconferencing and teleradiology, University of Utah Health's TeleStroke Program provides 24-hour on-call neurologists to community hospitals to help with diagnosis and treatment of stroke patients.

The TeleStroke Program overcomes geographic and transportation barriers with reliable technology that allows immediate access to stroke experts who can provide consultation.

For more information, visit the Division of Vascular Neurology or email or call us.

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Phone: 801-585-1586

Stroke Education Series

Providers, join us for our next Quarterly Stroke Education Series, and interactive video conference reviewing stroke cases.

Stay tuned for more information about our next session.

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Picture of Telestroke patient Mark Kroeze

Meet Our Patients

Mark Kroeze was a healthy 36-year-old until he suddenly started experiencing strange stroke-like symptoms. Mark went to Moab Regional Hospital where providers consulted with a stroke neurologist via U of U Health's Telestroke Program to confirm he was experiencing a stroke.

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