Your local destination for advanced stroke care
Each year, approximately 795,000 people suffer from a new or recurrent stroke. Recognizing the first signs and symptoms and acting FAST is crucial in successful treatment and recovery. It’s comforting to know that your community hospital, Memorial Hospital of Gardena, has been designated as a Primary Stoke Center by both the Joint Commission and the American Heart Association. This certification signifies that Memorial Hospital of Gardena has a highly qualified team of health care professionals with the tools and expertise necessary to provide life-saving critical care when exhibiting the signs and symptoms of a stroke. We are proud to be the first Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Center in Gardena.
- Highly-skilled health care professionals with extensive stroke training
Our list of professionals include Emergency Room Physicians with specialized training in Stroke Care, Board-Certified Vascular Neurologists and Neurocritical care Physicians.
- Access to minimally invasive stroke care
We provide our patients with access to the latest clot retrieval techniques, clot busting medications, as well as life-saving neurosurgical procedures.
- Teleneurology partnership forged with Keck Medicine of USC
This partnership with Keck Medicine allows our doctors, nurses and patients to interact via video connection directly with the world renowned physicians of the Keck School of Medicine of USC for critical, life-saving care.
- Integrated Video Remote Interpretation (VRI) Services to perform multiple-specialty sessions and telestroke examinations
Thanks to our partnership with Language Access Network, MHG now has the ability to perform telestroke examinations in over 250 languages, including American Sign Language. Because of the Carenection platform which supports multiple specialty sessions, all this is available at the push of a button.
- Certified by The Joint Commission and American Heart Association as a Primary Stroke Center
The criteria for certification includes stroke education, participation in research, access to advanced imaging technology and demonstration of application and compliance with clinical practice guidelines for Primary Stroke Centers. This allows you to stay in your community at your community hospital to receive top-of-the-line stroke care.