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Traumatic Brain Injury Program

We understand the fear and uncertainty after a traumatic brain injury. We’re here to provide comfort along with the highest level of care for you and your loved ones. 

Your treatment process will involve a team of experts, each with training to address different needs during recovery. Your care team will meet regularly to make sure you’re receiving the best care possible. Because life may change after an injury, we work with family and caregivers to make sure they’re educated and prepared to support your road to recovery when you transition to home. This same comprehensive care is offered after you’ve left the hospital. 

Our outpatient brain injury program is also available for anyone who did not require hospitalization after a head injury, but wants to minimize any long-term effects.

Where will I receive treatment?

As an inpatient, care will take place at either St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital in Boise or Gwen Neilsen Anderson Rehabilitation Center in Twin Falls. Outpatient services are provided in Boise, Nampa, and Twin Falls.

Who’s on the Traumatic Brain Injury Program team?

Your care team will be overseen by a physiatrist, a physician who specializes in rehabilitation medicine. Other providers on the team may include a:

  • Neuropsychologist
  • Social worker
  • Nurse case manager
  • Speech therapist
  • Physical therapist
  • Occupational therapist
  • Recreational therapist
  • Dietitian
We encourage you, your family, employer, school representatives, and external case managers to participate fully with the treatment team.

How do I contact the Outpatient Brain Injury Program?

Please call us to learn more:

  • Treasure Valley: (208) 385-3251
  • Magic Valley: (208) 814-2570

What is CARF accreditation, and why does it matter?

Our inpatient traumatic brain injury programs in the Treasure Valley and Magic Valley, and our Treasure Valley outpatient program, are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This means they meet the highest standards of care nationally, with outcomes that exceed the national average. In order to maintain our CARF accreditation, we must prove regularly that our patients are receiving the best care possible.

Read our CARF report card