NHS England: Proportion of sites with a community stroke team for longer term management attached to the stroke multidisciplinary team

Hyperacute service is defined as a service which is able to see and investigate stroke patients within 3 hours of stroke to assess suitability for thrombolysis. Acute Service is defined as a service which is able to see and investigate stroke patients urgently after stroke to provide a full range of care to patients from admission but does not offer thrombolysis Rehabilitation service is defined as a service which is able to see patients for rehabilitation. There is a specific question asking about this service and so see help booklet for Question 4.2

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