Outlooks and Outcomes
At AdventHealth Winter Park, formerly Winter Park Memorial Hospital, we’re proud to offer our neighbors expert neurological care right in their community. We provide a broad range of treatments for neurological diseases and conditions ranging from epilepsy and stroke to Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis (MS).
Our expert team of specialized physicians and medical professionals can diagnose neurological disorders, provide the most cutting-edge treatments available, and is even on the cusp of the future of neurological medicine, all with the goal of offering the highest level of care to our Winter Park community.
Advancements in Neurological Care
- Diagnosing & Treating Neurological Disease
In partnership with the AdventHealth Neuroscience Institute, we can diagnose and treat disorders of the nervous system: the central system, or the brain and spinal cord; the peripheral system, the path of nerves leading from the brain and spinal cord to the body; and autonomic system, the part of the nervous system controlling involuntary functions such as heart rate, salivation and perspiration.
- Parkinson’s Disease Support
We’re dedicated to holistically treating our neurological patients’ bodies, minds and spirits; our Parkinson’s disease patients and their family members often need additional support to deal with that degenerative condition. For that reason, the AdventHealth Parkinson’s Outreach Center offers support groups in four locations throughout Central Florida: downtown Orlando, Altamonte Springs, East Orlando and Winter Garden. The groups include discussions, educational presentations, music therapy, Parkinson’s exercise classes and caregiver meetings.
- Stroke Center
Your nearest primary stroke center is here to fight back.
Two million brain cells are lost each minute during an ischemic stroke. Fortunately, the closest Primary Stroke Center is located at AdventHealth Winter Park where an elite team is standing by.
We’re proud to be recognized as a designated Primary Stroke Center by the Agency for Healthcare Administration (ACHA). According to the American Stroke Association, a Primary Stroke Center is defined as “a hospital-based center that stabilizes and provides emergent care to acute stroke patients, transfers patients to a Comprehensive Stroke Center or admits patients and provides further care depending on the patient’s needs and the center’s capabilities.”