The Wisconsin Stroke Coalition (WSC) is a group of organizations dedicated to the development and implementation of stroke systems of care in Wisconsin, along with the advancement of key stroke initiatives to reduce the burden of stroke, improve patient outcomes and support a health population relative to stroke prevention and risk factors.
The objective of the WSC is to reduce the burden of stroke in Wisconsin, improve patient outcomes and support of healthy population relative to stroke prevention and risk factors by:
- Establishing stroke systems of care in Wisconsin, with a special focus on region stroke system development.
- Stimulating communication between stroke organizations in Wisconsin.
- Advocating for stroke policies, legislation, and research as the need arises.
- Developing and coordinating actions and initiatives (such as progress markers) that require interaction of various stroke organizations in WI to meet its mission of establishing stroke systems of care and advancing key stroke initiatives.
"Overview of Coverdell," Dot Bluma, RN, Wisconsin Coverdell Stroke Project Manager, MetaStar
"Future of Stroke Care in Wisconsin," Katie Sahajpal, American Heart Association / American Stroke Association
"Formation and Certification of Acute Stroke Ready Hospitals in a Stroke System of Care," Mark J. Alberts, MD, Vice-Chair, Department of Neurology, Professor of Neurology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas
Wisconsin Stroke State Plan 2005-2010
|Journal Articles / Updated Stroke Guidelines|
2005 SSOC Recommendations
2007 EMS Stroke Recommendations
2009 Telestroke Recommendations
2013 Stroke Guidelines
tPA Clinical Policy 
|Wisconsin Stroke Committee / Member Information|
WSC Overview and Description
WSC Chair Roles and Responsibilities
|Wisconsin Hospital & EMS Maps / Resources|
Critical Access Hospital List
Wisconsin Hospital Locations
Wisconsin Critical Access Hospital Map
Wisconsin Hospital List
Wisconsin EMS Map
Map of Wisconsin Hospital Stroke Centers
|Regional Stroke Plans / Tools|
Wisconsin EMS Stroke Guidelines
Proposed Stroke Regions