See the NeuroStroke Robot in Action at St. Mary’s Stroke Prevention Event

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NeuroStroke Robot

The NeuroStroke Robot at St. Mary Medical Center.

St. Mary Medical Center has received confirmation that its Advanced Primary Stroke Center has attained advanced re-certification by The Joint Commission. This means that the St. Mary Advanced Primary Stroke Center provides the next generation stroke care, and has met and seeks to maintain The Joint Commission’s high performance standards in providing stroke care.

“This accolade is another testament to the unwavering commitment and dedication of our organization and staff to deliver high quality, efficient and safe STROKE care,” said St. Mary Medical Center President & CEO Thomas Salerno. 

“I want to especially recognize Lisa Johnson, St. Mary neuroscience nurse practitioner/stroke coordinator, for her expertise, dedication and endless hours spent to ensure all standards were met. I extend my gratitude to all directors for their support and collaboration. Our physicians, particularly Dr. Harley Deere, Dr. Ignacio Carrillo-Nunez, and Dr. Ann Marie Levan, as well as our stellar nurses and ancillary staff were exemplary and made St. Mary Medical Center shine once again.”

St. Mary Medical Center will be conducting a NeuroStroke Robot Demonstration, a Stroke Awareness Workshop, and Free Stroke Screenings at the Injury Prevention & Safety Summit on May 23. The free screenings will be provided from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and the demo and workshop will be held from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Health Enhancement Center on campus. To register, call 888-478-6279.

The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit organization, recognized as a symbol of quality that accredits and certifies more than 20,000 health care organizations and programs nationwide. For more information about St. Mary Medical Center, visit

Here is a video of the NeuroStroke Robot from when it debuted at St. Mary last year.

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