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Regional Health
353 Fairmont Blvd.
Rapid City, SD 57701
info@regionalhealth.com

Stroke Care

During a stroke, time is limited and it is vital that quality health care be easily accessible. Regional Health is prepared to respond to stroke symptoms at any of our emergency departments at:

• Custer Regional Hospital
• Lead-Deadwood Regional Hospital
•  Rapid City Regional Hospital
• Spearfish Regional Hospital
• Sturgis Regional Hospital

Further treatment of stroke effects and rehabilitation from stroke are available at Rapid City Regional Hospital, which has the Gold Seal of Approval™ from The Joint Commission for an Advanced Primary Stroke Center. This means the hospital is certified based on the recommendations published by the Brain Attack Coalition and the American Stroke Association's statements and guidelines for stroke care. 


FIND OUT YOUR STROKE RISK

Brain Attack: A Stroke Survival Guide


The following video is a 30-minute clip of "Brain Attack", which was created by the National Stroke Association in partnership with NBC Universal and Al Roker Productions. The National Stroke Association has made the video available for educational use.

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