Trillium Health Partners’ Mississauga Hospital is a regional stroke centre and one of the top hospitals in Canada for caring for acute stroke patients.
Stroke is a medical emergency. Chances of surviving a stroke and recovering fully are much higher if you get medical help right away. Mississauga Hospital's Emergency Centre has staff skilled in identifying and treating stroke patients. If a patient arrives at the Urgent Care Centre in our Queensway Health Centre location showing signs of a stroke or stroke-like symptoms, they will be transferred immediately to Mississauga Hospital's Emergency Centre.
Stroke patients needing admission to hospital are cared for in our Comprehensive Stroke Unit.
We have four brain doctors (neurologists) who specialize in stroke care as well as an experienced inter-professional stroke team that delivers best practice care. Patients receive acute and rehabilitation care all in one unit eliminating the need to change beds or health care teams.
Regional Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic
The Regional Secondary Stroke Prevention Clinic at Mississauga Hospital provides quick assessment and access to diagnostic services and treatment for patients at high risk of suffering a stroke. The clinic aims to reduce the occurrences of stroke through:
- Early assessment and treatment
- Patient and health care provider education on stroke prevention
- Support and risk factor screening for spouses and family members of stroke patients
- Medical care and lifestyle changes
100 Queensway West
Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
A referral to the Stroke Prevention Clinic from a Trillium Emergency Physician is required.
Regional Stroke Prevention Clinic Referral Form
Resources for Patients & Their Families
West GTA Stroke Network: