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Elizabeth Iveson

Consultant Stroke Physician

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

HQ Phone:  +44 1904 726400

Email: e***@***.uk

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York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Wigginton Road

York, York,YO31 8HE

United Kingdom

Company Description

We are a registered Charity, founded in 1953 and rooted in the local community. Our charity has two main roles: We provide hospital volunteers who help the patients and support the staff at York Hospital. We raise money for the hospital to buy equipment and ...more

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Dr Elizabeth Iveson, a consultant stroke physician at York Hospital, said the city had one of the best specialised stroke units in the country but it was being wasted because people didn't spot the signs and didn't dial 999.She said: "York Hospital admits around 450 patients with acute stroke per year, but many more don't get admitted either because they don't recognise the signs of stroke or their GPs don't realise the benefits of early specialised stroke care and don't refer them.advertisement"If you are cared for in a defined stroke unit, you are more likely to survive, have fewer complications and return home quicker."Dr Iveson said the Department of Health had estimated that if every person who suffered a stroke in the York area phoned for an ambulance immediately, it would save 1,950 bed days and up to 18 lives every year.


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