Where experts provide the care
Our comprehensive stroke centers are staffed by highly qualified and seasoned experts. Every stroke and aneurysm patient is seen by fellowship-trained neurovascular stroke specialists rather than generalists. You can be confident of your care in the experienced and capable hands of our team of neurointerventional surgeons, vascular neurologists and neurosurgeons.
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Our Stroke Teams Are Here for You
If you or a loved one is having a stroke, our dedicated ER and neurointerventional teams are standing by to provide immediate treatment with the latest in cutting edge imaging and minimally invasive clot-retrieval and clot busting techniques – literally treating strokes as they occur. We use every advantage we have, so you can walk out of the hospital with a smile on your face.
Defining New Standards of Neurovascular Care
We’re dedicated to improving quality of life for our patients with all types of neurovascular disease. Through state-of-the art care and clinical trials, our physicians provide individualized treatments for the most challenging neurovascular conditions, including stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage, brain aneurysms, and arteriovenous malformations.
Pacific Stroke and Neurovascular Center News, Healthy Living and Education
What Is the Difference Between Ischemic stroke and Hemorrhagic Stroke?
Sandra Narayanan, MD, Vascular Neurologist and Neurointerventional Surgeon at the Pacific Stroke and Neurovascular Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute, explains the difference between hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke.
Social Isolation May Increase Stroke and Heart Attack Risk in Older Adults
Social isolation, characterized as infrequent interaction with others, may increase the risk of stroke and heart attack in older adults. Neurointerventional surgeon Sandra Narayanan of the Pacific Stroke and Neurovascular Center, explained.
Improving Stroke Diagnosis: PNI Stroke Team Presents Life-Saving Research
Director of the Pacific Stroke and Neurovascular Center, Jason Tarpley, MD, PhD, presented how AI-based gaze deviation detection could aid LVO diagnosis in NCCT at the Society of NeuroInterventional Surgery’s (SNIS) 19th annual meeting in Toronto, 2022.
Stem Cell Therapy and Brain Health: The Future Is Now
Clinical trials using stem cells have shown promising early results as cellular therapies in regenerative medicine, as well as in potential anti-cancer applications. Read more about Dr. Achal Singh Achrol’s neurosurgery clinical trials program and this leading-edge technology.