TRIPLER Army Community Hospital Community

Brain Injury Center/TBI

Tripler Brain Injury Center TBI

 

Telephone 433-6405
Ninth Floor, B Wing (Department of Medicine)

Hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The TAMC Brain Injury Center provides a continuum integrated care and services to active-duty personnel in all branches of service, and beneficiaries with traumatic brain injury (TBI). Its goals are to improve day-to-day functioning, and to optimize quality of life. Emphasis is placed on a primary care and case management treatment approach that incorporates specialty services to enhance recovery.

Services Include:
  • TBI Assessment and Evaluation.
  • Cognitive Rehabilitation.
  • Patient Care Coordination.
  • Patient and Family Education.
  • Behavioral Health Support.
  • Telehealth Consultation & Treatment.

By guiding the patient and their family through the healing process, the clinic aims to assist brain injured/TBI patients to achieve maximum recovery, and to facilitate their progressive return to activity.

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