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For the sixth year, Gulfport Memorial has received the American Heart and American Stroke Association Gold Plus recognition. The Gold Plus recognition goes to a hospital achieving 85 percent or higher adherence to all “Get With the Guidelines” Stroke Achievement indicators for two or more consecutive 12 month intervals. At the ceremony are, from left, Katie Schussler, Memorial Stroke Program Coordinator; Ashley Joyner, Memorial Neuroscience Care Coordinator; Earl C. Coleman, Quality Improvement Director, AHA Get with the Guidelines; Dr. Lee Voulters, Memorial Medical Director Stroke Program; Christine LeBeouf, Vice President American Heart Association; Sonya Kortens, Memorial Neuroscience Care Coordinator and Elizabeth Williams, Health Strategies Assistant, American Heart Association.

Recognized for stroke-prevention efforts


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