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Stroke Awareness Program at Peterson's Ambulatory Care Center today!

Learn about how to manage your care, prevention and resources

If there's one event we should all attend, it's one about stroke prevention, and Peterson Regional Medical Center is playing host to such an event this afternoon.

With a keynote from Dr. Mirelle Foster, the acute rehabilitation unit medical director, visitors will learn about warning signs, how a stroke is treated and services available to recover from a stroke. The event starts at 4 p.m. at the Ambulatory Care Center, 260 Cully Dr. Visitors can also learn about:

  • Home Health
  • Healthy Diet and Nutrition
  • Screenings of Risk for Stroke
  • Outpatient Specialty Services
  • Low Vision and Driving Assessments
  • Stroke Support and Peer Mentoring
  • Dietert Center and Meals on Wheels
  • Bioness Integrated Therapy Systems
  • Pet Therapy Visitation
  • Center for Fitness

Peterson said refreshments and door prizes are available for those in attendance. Need more information? Call (830) 258-7442 ext. 9.


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