Atrium-Floyd Hospital’s Dan Bevels and Bre Merrell Speak with WEIS Radio Regarding Health Issues

WEIS Radio Morning Show host Jerry Baker welcomed to the studios two representatives of Atrium-Floyd Medical in Rome, Georgia – to talk about MAY being “National Stroke Awareness Month”.

Dan Bevels, Atrium Health Floyd Hospital Director of Community Health, and Bre Merrell – Coordinator of the “Special Stroke Center of Excellence Program”, spent time to inform all of our listeners just what they need to notice in regard to prevention, and if needed, effective TREATMENT.  Bre specializes in teaching about those warning signs, and just what each one means.  Stroke is one of the leading causes of death, and it’s a leading cause of disability in the U.S.

Bear in mind, Stroke takes place when a blood vessel that carries oxygen – and nutrients – to the brain is either blocked by a clot, or bursts.  If any part of the brain is deprived of needed blood flow, brain cells die.  EARLY Stroke detection and treatment are KEY in so many ways.

The specialists at Atrium-Floyd are some of the ABSOLUTE best in regard to offering the most effective treatment possible.  Turn to the best for the absolute best care possible; all of the specialists at Atrium-Floyd Medical Center in Rome.

Listen to the full interview below:

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