Stroke care in Smyrna, Tennessee

TriStar StoneCrest Medical Center provides 24/7 access to neurologists who can diagnose your condition and administer the best treatment available for stroke symptoms. Our hospital in Rutherford County is certified as a Primary Stroke Center. This means we have the special resources necessary to care for acute (severe and sudden) stroke patients in Middle Tennessee.

For a free physician referral or more information, call TriStar MedLine® at (800) 242-5662.

Telemedicine for fast stroke diagnosis and treatment

Patients at our hospital have 24/7 access to stroke care, both through neurologists on-call at our hospital and through the TriStar Health network's telemedicine program. Within minutes of arriving for emergency care, you can receive a remote consultation from a TriStar Health neurologist. The rapid availability of a neurologist's diagnosis helps ensure you receive treatment as soon as possible. This is key to minimizing the long-term effects of a stroke.

Stroke recovery

Through our neurorehabilitation program, patients have access to a team of therapists specializing in neurological care. Because conditions such as stroke impact the central nervous system, patients may experience complications that make independent living a challenge. For example, neurological conditions can affect a person's speech and balance.

We tailor our neurorehabilitation program to these effects and to your specific diagnosis. You will work with a team of physical, speech and occupational therapists according to your unique needs.

Rehabilitation is offered as an outpatient procedure. Outpatient services are available during the week or on Saturdays. If you are arriving for neurological rehab, you can check-in at the hospital's main admitting area by the front entrance.

Stroke care at our hospital

Our hospital is in Smyrna near the intersection of Interstate 24 and Sam Ridley Parkway. Our address is:

200 StoneCrest Blvd.
Smyrna, TN 37167

For emergencies, you can park directly outside the ER and proceed inside. A nurse will immediately begin the triage process to assess your condition. If you have had or are having a stroke, you will then work with a neurologist, either in person or through our telemedicine service. They will more precisely diagnose your symptoms, and you will move forward with treatment.

Stroke at TriStar Health

A stroke is a medical emergency where blood flow to the brain is either reduced or stopped, depriving brain tissue of essential oxygen and nutrients. A stroke may cause loss in brain function and affect movement and speech.

Learn about Stroke