Stroke Program News

The Stroke Program at UW Health, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in Madison, Wisconsin has been certified as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission and offers a breadth of expertise and a range of services unmatched in the region.


What's new in our program? Check out the news articles below to find out.


Stroke Program in the News


UW Hospital Neuro ICU Reunion Brings Lives Full Circle(Channel3000)

Baby Named After Doctor Who Saved Mother From Stroke (Channel3000)

Madison Stroke Survivor Shares Story to Bring Hope to Others (NBC-15)

Near-Miracle Stroke Survivor Heading For Repeat Vacation at Stroke Camp (Channel3000)

Stroke Camp Gives Farmer a New Outlook on Life (Channel3000)

UW Neurosurgeon Saves Two Lives with One Surgery (Channel3000)

Window of Hope Widens for Stroke Patients (Channel3000)


News From the UW Health Stroke Program


Celebrating World Stroke Day as a Stroke Survivor

UW Comprehensive Stroke Center Wins Top Stroke Care Award

New Stroke Guidelines

Aspirus Riverview Hospital Joins Wisconsin Telestroke Network

Why You Shouldn't Ignore Stroke Symptoms

UW Health Volunteer Group Helps Patients with Brain Injuries

Advancements in Stroke Recovery

World Stroke Day: A Survivor's Perspective

UW to Lead Stroke Research in Upper Midwest

Wisconsin Telestroke Network Welcomes Southwest Health Center

UW Hospital Named One of Nation's First Certified Comprehensive Stroke Centers

Grant Regional Health Center Joins Growing UW Telestroke Network

UW Health Wins Stroke Treatment Honors

Stenting for Stroke Prevention Becoming Safer in High-Risk Patients

Beaver Dam Joins Growing University of Wisconsin Telestroke Network

Understanding Stroke: What to Know and What to Do

Saving Two Lives with One Surgery

American Stroke Association Lauds UW Hospital's Stroke Care

Clinical Trial Uses Bat Saliva Enzyme for Stroke Treatment

The Rapid Evolution of Stroke Care

UW Health Launches State's First Telestroke Program in Watertown

Stroke Technology Saves Lives When Minutes Matter

You're Never too Young to Have a Stroke