Hemorrhagic stroke — one patient’s experience and recovery
Upstate neurologist Gene Latorre, MD, is joined by his patient Warren Darby, who shares his personal experience and recovery from an hemorrhagic stroke. Latorre, director of neurocritical care at the Upstate Stroke Center, stresses the importance of receiving urgent evaluation at a specialized stroke center to decrease mortality and improve outcomes for stroke. Darby is Undersheriff for the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office.
The Upstate Stroke Center is the first designated stroke center in Central New York, offering the region’s most comprehensive services and treatments. Read the story in “What’s up at Upstate” blog. Listen to the interview: When you suspect a stroke, timing is everything. For more information, or to make an appointment, call 315 464-8668 or toll free 800 464-8668.