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COVID-19 and Stroke Services

Please note that there may be changes to teams and visiting due to COVID.


The Stroke Service at Ashford St Peter’s Hospital is committed to providing the best treatment and care possible to its stroke patients.

This includes a 24 hours, 7 days a week thrombolysis service where clot busting drugs are administered within 4.5 hours of the onset of stroke symptoms to break down blood clots if appropriate.

All stroke patients are admitted to the Stroke Unit for evaluation by a team of multi-disciplinary specialists including Consultant Stroke Physicians, Specialist Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Speech and Language Therapists, Physiotherapists, Dietitians and Clinical Neuropsychologists.


Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals Stroke Pathway

This chart demonstrates what may happen to you after you have had a stroke and the help and support that is available. Please note that a multidisciplinary assessment is required to establish which services and teams are appropriate for you. Please click on the Teams underlined for further information.

Stroke Services

The Hyper-Acute and Acute Stroke Unit The Hyper-Acute and Acute Stroke Unit Community Rehabilitation Teams (CRT) Bradley Neurorehabilitation Unit Stroke Rehabilitation (Phoenix Team) Early Supported Discharge Team for Stroke (ESD)


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