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Inpatient Brain Injury Program

The Inpatient Brain Injury Program of Roger C. Peace Hospital (RCPH) provides rehabilitation to individuals with brain injuries of all levels of severity.

Our program maintains specialty accreditation by the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). We also are proud to have the distinction of being an ACBIS Alliance Member through the Brain Injury Association of America which recognizes and honors providers of brain injury services that support and encourage national certification of their staff and thereby demonstrate a commitment to provide higher quality services to those with brain injury.

We are committed to seeing the potential in every person, to patient-centered goal setting, and to treatment planning that is creative and dynamic. We address the physical, behavioral, cognitive and visual challenges associated with brain injury.

The Inpatient Brain Injury Program at RCPH helps patients advance from inpatient rehabilitation to the next level of care.

Inpatient Brain Injury Program

Read more about our Inpatient Brain Injury Program in the following Scope of Service and Disclosure Statement.

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Inpatient rehabilitation services include:

  • A comprehensive and interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, dietitians, therapists, case managers and psychologists dedicated to providing expert care to those with brain injury
  • A specialty unit including patient rooms, nursing care units, and gym space specifically designed to provide a safe environment equipped to meet the unique needs of a person with brain injury
  • Specialized medical management, nursing and therapy in a hospital setting
  • Neuropsychology services
  • Individualized family training to prepare families and caregivers for a safe transition home
  • Co-treatment with interdisciplinary teams
  • Community outings to address the patient’s functional abilities in the community and incorporate specific interests
  • Transition to the next appropriate level of care when you graduate from the inpatient rehabilitation program