Every 40 seconds,someone has a stroke.Give us an hour and we can help youunderstand why-and what to do about it.Stroke is a stop in the flow of blood to the brain either by blockage (clot) or byhemorrhage (bleeding) in the brain. It is the fifth leading cause of death in ourcountry; someone has a stroke every 40 seconds, and someone dies of stroke every4 minutes. Stroke also is a leading cause of serious long-term disability, reducingmobility in more than half of stroke survivors over age 65. Do you know how torecognize a stroke or what to do if one is happening to you or someone you love?The month of May is Stroke Awareness Month and FHIN Clinical Nurse Leader,Stroke/Sepsis Program Coordinator Tracy Love, MSN RN CNL, will providevaluable information on strokes. Learn the signs and symptoms of stroke, how youcan help prevent one, and the treatment options available in a discussion with FHN2017FHN Acute Stroke TeamStroke Program Coordinator Tracy Love, MSN RN CNL. Tracy will also describe theSTROKE CARE SPEAKER SERIESPresented by: Tracy Love, MSN, RN, CNLstate-of-the-art diagnostic equipment used in FHN's Emergency Department.Coll us toll-free at 1-877-6000-FHN (1-877-600-0346) ext. 901 or visit www.Wednesday, May 16 5.30 p.m.FHN Family Healthcare Center Burchard Hills1010 W. Fairway Drive, FreeportRefreshments will be servedfhn.org/stroke to register for this free presentation. It wll be time well spent.We're here, for you.AL FHN

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Every 40 seconds, someone has a stroke. Give us an hour and we can help you understand why-and what to do about it. Stroke is a stop in the flow of blood to the brain either by blockage (clot) or by hemorrhage (bleeding) in the brain. It is the fifth leading cause of death in our country; someone has a stroke every 40 seconds, and someone dies of stroke every 4 minutes. Stroke also is a leading cause of serious long-term disability, reducing mobility in more than half of stroke survivors over age 65. Do you know how to recognize a stroke or what to do if one is happening to you or someone you love? The month of May is Stroke Awareness Month and FHIN Clinical Nurse Leader, Stroke/Sepsis Program Coordinator Tracy Love, MSN RN CNL, will provide valuable information on strokes. Learn the signs and symptoms of stroke, how you can help prevent one, and the treatment options available in a discussion with FHN 2017 FHN Acute Stroke Team Stroke Program Coordinator Tracy Love, MSN RN CNL. Tracy will also describe the STROKE CARE SPEAKER SERIES Presented by: Tracy Love, MSN, RN, CNL state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment used in FHN's Emergency Department. Coll us toll-free at 1-877-6000-FHN (1-877-600-0346) ext. 901 or visit www. Wednesday, May 16 5.30 p.m. FHN Family Healthcare Center Burchard Hills 1010 W. Fairway Drive, Freeport Refreshments will be served fhn.org/stroke to register for this free presentation. It wll be time well spent. We're here, for you. AL FHN

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