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Authors

Pam Stout, DNP, RN, SCRN, ASC-BC

Pam Stout, DNP, RN, SCRN, ASC-BC

As the Stroke Program Coordinator at Methodist Hospital, Methodist Women's Hospital and Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital, Pam Stout, DNP, RN, SCRN, ASC-BC, has the opportunity to evaluate the care Methodist provides stroke patients and to continually look for ways to improve that care. 

"With 80 percent of strokes being preventable, I believe it is our responsibility to ensure patients are aware of their stroke risk factors and in recognition of the signs and symptoms of stroke," said Pam.  "As the stroke program coordinator, I have I am lucky enough to be able to participate in community wide education events to help spread awareness before a stroke occurs, as well as follow patients who experience a stroke from arrival through discharge."