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The event will occur during the lunchtime hour in Miller Plaza in downtown Chattanooga and will provide opportunities to learn about the warning signs and risk factors for stroke as treatment options for rehabilitation after stroke.
WRCB features a special about Stroke awareness. Scott Rowe, a physical therapist and CEO of HealthSouth Chattanooga Rehabilitation Hospital, discusses signs of a stroke and steps to stroke recovery.
To earn the certification, HealthSouth Chattanooga underwent a rigorous on-site survey on November 25, 2015.
Lauren Bates, Michelle Cowart, Angela Leffew, Michelle Martin, Tracy Mitchell, Catherine Patterson and Jennifer Pino are full-time registered nurses at HealthSouth Chattanooga who passed their certification tests in December.
Throughout the year, the two organizations will launch new education programs for the local community that will help generate awareness and prevention for the No. 4 killer and No. 1 disabler of Americans.
HealthSouth Chattanooga Rehabilitation Hospital received the National Presidents’ Circle Award during HealthSouth’s Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet held Oct. 9, in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Dr. Thomas Davis, associate medical director, at HealthSouth Chattanooga Rehabilitation Hospital teams up with Chattanooga Area Brain Injury Association to discuss brain injury prevention tips.
Amjad M. Munir, M.D., medical director at HealthSouth Chattanooga Rehabilitation Hospital, was named as the 2014 Medical Director of the Year at HealthSouth’s Annual Medical Director’s Meeting held in San Antonio, Texas.
In observance of National Rehabilitation Week, HealthSouth Chattanooga Rehabilitation Hospital will host a patient reunion picnic on Thursday, Sept. 25 to celebrate helping patients regain function through rehabilitative medicine.