Neurosciences Services in Winter Haven, Florida
Winter Haven Hospital, located in Polk County, provides diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for patients suffering from stroke, brain, spinal cord or other neurological disorders. Winter Haven Hospital is home to one of the top stroke centers in central Florida and is certified by The Joint Commission as an Advanced Primary Stroke Center. We are also recognized by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association with the Get with the Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus quality award for providing stroke prevention, rapid treatment and rehabilitation to our patients.
From procedures for diagnosis and treatment of neurological conditions to advanced surgical procedures for brain injuries, spinal injuries and degenerative conditions, we offer it all in a caring, comforting environment close to home. Learn more about our Stroke Center.
In addition to stroke, some of the other neurological conditions that our specialists treat include:
- Parkinson’s disease
- Cerebral palsy
- Spinal cord lesions and tumors
- Spinal stenosis
- Herniated and bulging discs
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
Advanced Medical Services
Winter Haven Hospital is equipped with the latest technology for the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders involving the central nervous system. Many of our procedures are performed using a minimally invasive approach so that you can enjoy relief with less risk, less downtime and less pain.
We offer a comprehensive range of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services. Our program is accredited by the Joint Commission and is designated for Brain Injury by the Florida Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program. The Joy Fuller Rehabilitation Center, a CARF-accredited facility located within Winter Haven Hospital, offers brain injury treatment, inpatient stroke treatment and comprehensive physical, occupational and speech-language therapy.
Stroke Support Services at Winter Haven Hospital
Winter Haven Hospital is proud to offer compassionate support and information for the stroke patient, caregiver and loved ones. Seeking support from fellow stroke survivors and caregivers can greatly benefit the recovery process. If you or someone you love has experienced a stroke, attend a monthly support group meeting and gain the information and inspiration you need to make the most of each day. View upcoming stroke support groups.
For a physician referral, call (888) 906-8935 or find a doctor near you.