I can't understand why your Dr. won't refer you to a cardio person. Your EKG isn't normal, plus a stroke basically has to do with the heart. My husband had a mild heart attack a week before Thanksgiving and his VA Drs. admitted him for 3 days to have artery surgery. They also told him he may have had a mild stroke as well, even though there were no visible signs. He even had very mild signs of a heart attack, a little chest pressure, indigestion and slight shortness of breath, but I took him to the ER even though he chalked it up to a bad cold.
At first my husband's CKMB and Troponin levels were ok but went up during the first night, so hence the surgery for a blocked artery.
Too bad they didn't make it to the consult and could give their input. I hear you about the blizzard of the century, sick to death of it here too. I think your Dr. needs to talk with the hospital Drs. to see what follow ups you need and with whom. Like you, my husband had to see both Drs. and his PCP for follow ups. Any abnormal EKG should be evaluated by a Cardio person IMO.
I'd get in touch with the Drs. that treated you and find out more info. as to what needs to be done and who you should see. Sounds like your PCP is shrugging this off as not that important...NOT good!
Best of luck...JJ....