Stroke Centre (District)

The North Bay District Stroke Centre wants to ensure that all stroke survivors receive optimal, seamless, patient-centered care guided by best practices for stroke care. We serve stroke/transient ischemic attack (TIA), patients across Nipissing and Temiskaming Districts. These patients include those admitted to hospital and living in the community.

Living with Stroke is a group learning program conducted weekly for six weeks. This program is designed for stroke survivors and their families/caregivers.  This program helps stroke survivors/families cope with the changes that have occurred after a stroke.  For information on upcoming sessions call 705-474-8600 ext. 3280 to learn more about the program itself visit:  www.heartandstroke.ca

The North Bay Stroke Support Group is a peer support group based on the belief that people who have faced, endured, and overcome adversity can offer useful support to each other. This initiative was facilitated through a partnership with the North Bay and District Stroke Centre. The meetings take place the first Wednesday of each month between 11 am and 12:30 pm at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 23, 150 First Avenue West in North Bay, ON. For more information, please contact Cathy at (705) 474-3528 or 1-800-263-3463 or send email to moebea@hotmail.com.

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Stroke Centre (District)

Contact:

Stroke Centre (District)

StrokePrevClinic@nbrhc.on.ca

Shelley Hawton
District Stroke Coordinator
Tel: 705-474-8600 ext. 3283

Shannon Stack
District Stroke/Stroke Prevention Clinical Nurse Educator
Tel: 705-474-8600 ext. 3286

Sue Fitzer
Program Manager
Tel: 705-474-8600 ext. 4592

North Bay

50 College Drive,
P.O. Box 2500
North Bay, ON
P1B 5A4
Tel: 705-474-8600

Sudbury

680 Kirkwood Drive,
Sudbury, ON
P3E 1X3
Tel: 705-675-9193
Fax: 705-675-6817

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