Stroke Awareness Month Event at Monmouth Medical Center

stroke aware

Did you know that May is National Stroke Awareness Month?

On May 11, 1989, President George Bush signed Presidential Proclamation 5975 designating May as National Stroke Awareness Month at the urging of National Stroke Association.

Since then, the National Stroke Association has been honoring this special time of the year to increase public awareness of stroke in an effort to conquer it.

Join us for a FREE stroke educational event


Monday, May 6

9 a.m.-noon

Learn about the early warning symptoms and signs of stroke, and how timing in getting medical treatment is crucial to saving lives.

Representatives from Monmouth Medical Center’s certified stroke center and HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital of Tinton Falls will answer your questions and tell you about available resources and support.

Monmouth Medical Center

Ground Floor Lobby

300 Second Ave., Long Branch


Promoting Wellness through

Community Health Education

at Monmouth Medical Center