Stroke Medicine

Our core stroke teams are ready and waiting, with the latest technology rapidly and effectively assess and treat patients.

INTEGRIS James R. Daniel Stroke Center

Oklahoma's trusted leader for stroke care.

Up to 80 percent of strokes are preventable and it's the thing most likely to disable you and make you dependent on your family for your needs. INTEGRIS Health is Oklahoma’s leading provider of stroke medicine, specializing in prevention, treatment and rehabilitation with a commitment to excellence, integrity and compassion. We are proud to offer award-winning care with highly specialized stroke services, from our dedicated neuro intensive care unit and Telestroke care, to our cutting-edge rehabilitation program.

At INTEGRIS Health, we understand how crucial time is when treating stroke patients and that is why we are always committed to being available for you. Our dedicated team is available 24/7 for treating stroke patients with a variety of treatment options. Our innovative and comprehensive process for treating survivors of stroke, includes educational opportunities designed to raise awareness about the risk factors of stroke, how to minimize them, and how to respond should the signs of a stroke present themselves to you or a loved one.


B - Balance
E - Eyes, check for vision loss
F - Facial Droop
A - Arm Weakness or Drift
S - Slurred Speech
T - Time to call 911
T - Terrible Headache (worst headache of your life)

Stroke BEFASTT Flier

The acronym BEFASTT is a simple tool to educate patients about the most common warning signs and symptoms of a stroke, and to call 911 instantly if they even have a suspicion that a possible stroke has occurred. NO aspirin, water, food, NOTHING IN MOUTH. Teaching your children or loved ones could save your life. 

Stroke Conditions Treated at INTEGRIS Health

  • Ischemic Stroke
  • Intracerebral Hemorrhage
  • Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  • Transient Ischemic Attacks



Stroke Related Services



Alive: Dr. Charles Morgan

INTEGRIS Health neurologist Dr. Charles Morgan (retired) explains how attentiveness to patient needs and feelings helps to relieve their anxiety.