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Traumatic Brain Injury Center

Our Response to Recent Community Events

To our patients:

We want to reach out to you regarding the recent events in our community. In the wake of events surrounding the death of George Floyd, we want you to know that the Hennepin Healthcare Traumatic Brain Injury Center stands alongside our community. We share your feelings of grief and trauma, and have also experienced this grief and trauma firsthand. We rise in solidarity with all members of our community who are grieving and fighting against social injustice and structural racism. We want you to know that we are here for you and your families. We will support the cause of racial justice and are also well aware that inequality leads to poorer health care outcomes.

We recognize the strain that these events have put on our community both emotionally and physically. We continue to provide the best medical care for you. We also understand the fear, mistrust and difficulties you may experience while navigating your healthcare needs, and will work to eliminate these barriers. We are committed to providing safe, accessible, and unbiased healthcare for all who are in need or desire it and we will partner with our community to learn how best to address inequities in effective and meaningful ways. We are here to care for you and share in your wellness. We encourage you to call us with any concerns as well as thoughts on how we can move forward in this necessary journey together.

We are here with you, for life.

The Traumatic Brain Injury Center at Hennepin Healthcare offers comprehensive, multidisciplinary patient care, education and research to serve people who have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI).

We provide a full range of state-of-the-art medical and rehabilitative services. Our expertise spans the entire continuum of care for adult and pediatric TBI patients, from prevention to emergency care, neurosurgery, critical care, rehabilitation and the Traumatic Brain Injury Outpatient Program.

Each year the staff within the Traumatic Brain Injury Center cares for over 3,000 patients. We are here to provide you with nationally recognized medical expertise, advanced technology and committed, compassionate care from all members of our team. HCMC is the #1 hospital in the state of Minnesota for admitting TBI patients and has been so for many years.

To refer a patient call Hennepin Connect. 

Traumatic Brain Injury Outpatient Program

The Traumatic Brain Injury Outpatient Program offers a unique system of diagnosing, treating and caring for patients who are experiencing post-traumatic effects of an injury to the brain. 

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Pediatric Brain Injury Program

Since 1989, the Pediatric Brain Injury Program has provided specialty care to more than 4,000 children and adolescents with traumatic and other acquired brain injuries.

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What is a Brain Injury?

Mild, moderate or severe, they are all serious, even when called concussion.

Symptoms of a Brain Injury

Brain injury symptoms can appear right away or in a few days. 

Brain Injury Prevention

Not all, but many brain injuries can be avoided. 

Brain Injury Research

Hennepin Healthcare is a leader in cutting edge research.

TBI in Seniors

Brain injuries in seniors who fall are often overlooked. 

TBI Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation after a brain injury can be tough- we are the right partner.

Healthy Matters | WCCO

Ask the Doctor

Dr. David Hilden discusses brain injuries with Dr. Walter Galicich.

Contact

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Walter E Galicich, MD

Traumatic Brain Injury Center Medical Director

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Kary Lehman Briner, MS, LICSW

Traumatic Brain Injury Center Coordinator

612-873-3284

[email protected]

 

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