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IU Methodist's A7S is an 18 bed nursing unit designated for the medical/stroke population. Home to Indiana’s first hospital to achieve Comprehensive Stroke Center certification, our medical stroke unit provides an opportunity for nurses to learn and grow alongside some of the most highly skilled professionals in the neuroscience community. This team delivers on their dedication to continually improve processes and the quality of care for patients suffering from stroke, seizures and other neurological deficits. As a part of one of the largest neuroscience programs in the country, the A7S nurses are key contributors in advancing and providing the most specialized stroke care in Indiana and are NIHSS certified during orientation. Additionally, this team is trained to care for patients with a variety of medical disease processes to serve medical overflow needs of the hospital.
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