When it comes to treating a stroke, time matters. That's why having access to an advanced comprehensive stroke center like Community Regional is important for patients in the Valley. 

It was late at night when 92-year-old Munia Siada woke up, feeling like something was wrong. She woke her grandson, a local doctor, who immediately called 911 after identifying signs of a stroke. Munia was rushed to Community Regional Medical Center where she was diagnosed with an acute ischemic stroke. Dr. Hana Choe, stroke medical director, performed a thrombectomy (surgery to remove a blood clot) and saved her life.

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