The Swedish Cerebrovascular Support Group provides a place of support, education and motivation to those diagnosed and/or treated with a cerebrovascular condition), and to serve as a resource for family members and caregivers.
It is our common goal and purpose to lend support to each other, bolster our education, learn from one another and raise awareness of cerebrovascular conditions in our community.
The care team at the Swedish Cerebrovascular Center has established a support group for patients that have been diagnosed and treated for a brain aneurysm or arteriovenous malformation (AVM). The group is open to patients, families and caregivers. This is a welcoming place for you to meet and share with others who have been through similar experiences.
The goal of the support group meetings is to help alleviate fears and concerns through education and group discussions. Each meeting features a speaker and group discussion.
This group is organized through the Brain Aneurysm Foundation, the nation’s only nonprofit organization solely dedicated to providing critical awareness, education, support, and research funding to reduce the incidence of brain aneurysms.
2014 Meeting Dates
(3rd Monday of each month)
|January 20||July 21|
|February 17||August 18|
|March 17||September 15|
|April 21||October 20|
|May 19||November 17|
|June 16||December 15|
6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Swedish Medical Center/Cherry Hill Campus
James Tower, first floor
Swedish Education and Conference Center, Room D
550 17th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98122
Let us know you are coming!
Swedish Cerebrovascular Support Group Line: 206-320-4985
This phone number for support group inquiries, not for submitting medical questions
or for appointment scheduling. For medical emergencies, call 911.
To schedule a clinic appointment, call 206-320-3470.
Swedish Cerebrovascular Center550 17th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
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Affiliated clinic: Cranial, Spine and Joint Clinic at Providence Everett
Patient Education: Brain Aneurysms
How you can help
Swedish is constantly working to ensure patients with debilitating neurological disorders have access to the best treatment options, the latest technology, and state-of-the-art facilities.