Learn how to recognize the signs and symptoms of a stroke, and what to do if you think a stroke is happening, at a free seminar hosted by Carrie Manley, RN, Sarah Vincent, RN and Heather Herman, FNP.
“A stroke can be debilitating or deadly, but you can significantly reduce your chances of having a stroke by making simple lifestyle changes,” said Herman. “If you have concerns about stroke or a history of stroke in your family, you will not want to miss this seminar.”
The free seminars will be held in Lebanon and Albany on the following dates:
Lebanon, Tuesday, Jan. 21
Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital, Conference Rooms 3 and 4
Albany, Wednesday, Feb. 19
Samaritan Albany General Hospital, Reimer Conference Room
Seminars are held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Registration is required as space is limited.
The Samaritan Stroke Services team of specialists includes emergency room doctors, neurologists, nurses, speech language specialists and many others who work together to stop and reverse the damaging effects of a stroke. For more information about Samaritan Stroke Services, call 541-768-6737, or visit samhealth.org/Stroke.