Stroke, or "brain attack," is a leading cause of death and disability in the U.S. Find out if you are at risk of stroke by participating in this program, which includes screenings for blood pressure, total and HDL cholesterol, resting pulse and carotid arteries. Meet with a Registered Nurse to review your health history, screening results and to develop a personal health care plan to decrease your risk for stroke. A Penn Medicine physician will be present to answer your questions and discuss your results.
Stroke screenings are held throughout the year at Chester County Hospital in West Chester, PA and at other locations across Chester County, PA.
Registration is required. Call 610-738-2300. (Must call for an appointment time. No online registration.).
Location: Sites vary; call for locations.
Registration: 610.738.2300 (Must call for an appointment time)