In 2017 the Florida Legislature enacted a Florida Stroke Registry (FSR) to be maintained and managed by the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. The FSR supports:

  • Improvement of the Quality of Stroke Care Throughout Florida
  • Decreasing Identified Disparities and Gaps in Stroke Care
  • Enhancing and Supporting Synergy Across All Stroke Systems of Care

The Florida Department of Heath provides crucial funding for the Florida Stroke Registry so that we can continue to improve stroke care in the state of Florida.

2022 Hospital Award Winners

Most Improved Defect Free Care

AdventHealth Ocala

HCA Florida Kendall Hospital

Lakewood Ranch Medical Center

Most Improved Door to Needle Time

HCA Florida Osceola

HCA Florida Kendall Hospital

HCA Florida JFK Hospital

Maintained Equitable Defect Free Care

Memorial Regional Hospital

Maintained Excellent Performance in Door to Needle Time

Jackson Memorial Hospital

Memorial Regional Hospital

The Florida Stroke Registry is grateful for the ongoing relationship with the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA).  After more than 10 years of collaboration, we continue to work towards the common goal of improving stroke care through research and by providing the best stroke education our Florida community.

To stroke centers participating in the Florida Stroke Registry, thank you for your continued collaboration and participation!

As of August 2022, the FSR consists of 168 Florida stroke centers and hospitals that attend to stroke patients

FSR Participating Stroke Centers & Certifications

Please take a look at our new interactive map, and let us know if your institution has had any updates to certifications or any other information, so that we can be as up to date as possible. The filter on the top left shows hospitals by certification, and the search bar on the bottom right allows you to search for hospitals by name. Click on the hospital in the list to be taken to it within the map. Happy exploring, and let us know if any changes are needed!

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The FSR Today

November 2020: Senator Gayle Harrell speaks on data interoperability and the importance of the Florida Stroke Registry.


January 2018: MaryLynn Magar, Republican member of the Florida House of Representatives, talks about her personal stroke experience.



How Did FSR Stroke Centers Get So Good At What They Do? They Track and Measure Thier Performance With The FSR Dashboards