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Thank you for your interest in the UC Comprehensive Stroke Center. Please use one of the following methods to contact us.

General information:

Phone: 866-941-8264
Fax: 513-475-8033
E-mail: (use form below please)

Mailing address:
UC Comprehensive Stroke Center
UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute
234 Goodman Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

To request a doctor’s appointment for cerebrovascular disease and stroke referrals:

Phone: 866-941-8264
Office location: University Medical Arts Building
222 Piedmont Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

After discharge:

Stroke patients and families have many questions after being discharged from the hospital. Our nurse navigators are available to assist you with any follow-up needs.

UC Health Stroke Nurse Navigator
Phone: (513) 688-5555
Availability: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(All voicemails will be returned the next day;
in case of emergency, call 9-1-1.)

 

To make a donation:
Phone:(513) 558-6112

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