The Transplant Center at Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center - Houston, TX

Comprehensive Stroke Center at Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center - Houston, TX

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6720 Bertner Ave

Houston, Texas 77030

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Mon Open 24 hours

Tue Open 24 hours

Wed Open 24 hours

Thu Open 24 hours

Fri Open 24 hours

Sat Open 24 hours

Sun Open 24 hours

Since 2013, the Neuroscience Institute at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center has been home to our State of Texas-designated and DNV-Certified Comprehensive Stroke Center (CSC). Additionally, the CSC consistently receives the Get with the Guidelines®–Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award and the Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Achievement Award from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.

Equipped to treat even the most complex stroke cases, our team of experts is committed to delivering safe, high-quality stroke care based on evidence-based protocols and a multidisciplinary approach for the treatment, management, and rehabilitation of stroke patients. Our neurological clinical units include acute and intensive care with multidisciplinary collaboration among sub-specialists and are staffed by nurses who are NIH Stroke Scale certified.

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Featured Updates

What Artificial Intelligence Can Do for Stroke Patients

JUN 07, 2021

Baylor St. Luke’s has invested in Viz.ai’s technology to improve their stroke care, allowing for quicker triage, diagnosis, and treatment of strokes.

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Can Brain Games Improve Cognitive Ability?

APR 29, 2021

Most of us have heard about the billion-dollar “brain games” industry that provides mental challenges to improve cognitive ability. But does this brain training really work? Recent studies have shown an improvement in different cognitive domains afte

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What Does “COVID-19 Brain Fog” Mean?

APR 15, 2021

Brain fog is a general phrase used to describe a neurological symptom of COVID-19, leaving a person feeling mentally exhausted or experiencing memory problems.

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