The Swedish Cerebrovascular Center is the only center in the Pacific Northwest that offers comprehensive, coordinated care for patients with brain blood vessel disorders such as brain aneurysm and stroke.
Diagnosing and managing these disorders requires highly skilled clinical specialists, rapid response to emergent cases, and the latest in diagnostic imaging technology. Our care team includes world-renowned neurosurgeons, neurologists, and neuroendovascular and radiosurgical specialists who evaluate and treat these complex conditions.
Appointments & Referrals
Make an Appointment
- Ask your health care provider to make a referral to Dr. David Newell, Dr. Joe Eskridge or Dr. Yince Loh, by calling 206-320-3470, or fax a referral to 206-320-3471.
- To schedule an appointment with our stroke neurologist, Dr. William Likosky, call 206-320-6530.
- If you have been diagnosed with a brain blood vessel disorder and would like to be seen for a second opinion, call us at 206-320-3470 to make an appointment.
Refer a Patient
- Call 206-320-3470; Fax your referral to 206-320-3471
Referrals to Dr. William Likosky:
- Call 206-320-6530; Fax your referral to 206-386-9605
Our care team accepts patient transfers 24/7 from providers and hospitals throughout the Pacific Northwest. To facilitate an urgent patient transfer, call the Swedish Transfer Center at 1-866-470-4233.
Referring your patients to the Cerebrovascular Center gives them access to:
- The latest in diagnostic imaging and vascular ultrasound services
- Urgent surgical and interventional treatment
- Coordination of care for stroke
- Gamma Knife and CyberKnife treatments through the Swedish Radiosurgery Center
- Specialized nuclear medicine studies
- Referrals for comprehensive rehabilitation services for neurological injury and stroke
- Education and support
February 15, 2012 Sugar – Healthier Alternatives that Still Satisfy A Sweet Tooth
We laugh at the scene in Elf when Buddy douses his spaghetti with maple syrup, but this probably isn’t too much of an exaggeration of how much sugar Americans are consuming (the USDA estimates roughly 32 teaspoons of sugar daily, nearly 100 pounds annually). Like Buddy demonstrates, this is way too much. Rather than remind you (and myself) of the horrendous health effects that excess consumption of processed sugar can have, let’s instead dissect the refined sweet stuff stashed in your cupboard, and then examine the alternatives that have a bit more to offer our taste buds and overall health.
April 11, 2013 Carotid Stenosis: What you need to know
February 7, 2012 Swedish Opens Cerebrovascular Center on Cherry Hill Campus
Swedish Cerebrovascular Center550 17th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
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Patient Education: Brain Aneurysms