Published on May 21, 2013
Pamela Getz, Pharmacist at Phoebe Services Pharmacy, had a traumatic experience on January 22, 2013 which was quickly identified by her co-workers. Their quick responses and identification significantly improved the outcome for Pamela. The Phoebe Services Pharmacy employees who work with Pamela noticed the subtle, early warning signs of a stroke using the FAST acronym (Face, Arms, Speech, Time), and got help for her as soon as possible. The Neurology team at Lehigh Valley Health Network initiated stroke protocol, leaving Pamela with virtually no long-term side effects. View Pamela’s story in this video.