Central East Stroke Network

The Central East Stroke Network is one of 11 regional systems established across the province to implement the Ontario Stroke System.  
 
The goal is to improve access to evidence-based prevention and care in order to reduce stroke incidence, mortality and residual disability.  The system seeks to re-organize stroke-care delivery across the continuum of care, promoting system-change, professional education and public awareness.
 
The main goal of the Central East Stroke Network is to provide a system of strong partnerships dedicated to creating accessible stroke services for the residents of Central East through evidence based program delivery, education and research.
 
Find information on what a stroke is, signs and symptoms, chronic disease and prevention, swallowing difficulties, hypertension, health related information, and rehabilitation resources. 

For more information, click here.
 
Hospital services are available at the Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital, Telephone: 705-325-2201 or click here.  Also, through Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare Telephone: 705-645-4404 or click here.