Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic

The Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic is an outpatient clinic for people who have experienced signs and symptoms suggestive of a recent stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA). The clinic provides rapid access to experts in stroke and offers in-person appointments at the hospital, as well as, virtual appointments, including, over the phone and web-based video options. The purpose of the clinic is to investigate the cause of the suspected stroke or TIA.

The goal of the clinic is to prevent a future stroke or TIA by providing:

  • Early assessments and appropriate interventions
  • Rapid access to diagnostic tests
  • Education to patients and family members on stroke prevention and managing risks

Patient Information - Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic

Heart & Stroke What is a TIA?

Driving After a Stroke

Driving After a TIA

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Patients need a referral from their primary care provider or the emergency department to access this service.


Bluewater Health, Sarnia – London Building, Level 5

Hours of Operation:

Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone:  519-464-4400 ext. 8562
Fax: 519-464-4440

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