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The UC Comprehensive Stroke Center is a regional center of excellence that accepts referrals from around the United States and the world. To make a referral, please contact us directly at:
>Phone: 866-941-8264
Fax: 513-558-4887

Please have the following information available when you contact us:

  • Patient’s name
  • Patient’s address
  • Patient’s daytime phone number
  • Diagnosis – the nature of the problem
  • Tests patient has undergone
  • Medical treatments or surgery patient has undergone for this condition

Stroke Recovery Program at Drake Center

The Stroke Recovery Program at Drake Center serves 1) patients who are being discharged from an acute care hospital and are ready to begin their recovery from stroke and 2) patients who have completed their standard therapeutic treatments. Candidates include those who suffered a stroke years ago and are seeking a fuller recovery. For more information, call (513) 418-2470 or toll free at (800) 948-0003 (ext. 2470).

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