A survey of rural hospitals in the Pacific Northwest finds 88 percent of responding facilities lack access to a stroke neurologist, either in person or via phone or a telemedicine system.

The 60-member Regional Telestroke Initiative, who collaborate to reduce disparities in the treatment of stroke, conducted the survey.

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