Saint Joseph Mercy Health System offers both inpatient and outpatient traumatic brain injury rehabilitation services for patients at various stages of recovery. Saint Joseph Mercy Health System has combined the resources of seven hospitals, five outpatient health centers, five urgent care facilities and over 25 specialty centers. The center spans five counties in southeastern Michigan and includes a team of nearly 14,000 nurses and staff, and 2,700 physicians.
For over 25 years the Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit at Saint Joseph Mercy Health System has delivered a remarkable patient experience for those needing specialized treatment due to a disability, illness or injury. Services include: evaluation and management by a board certified physiatrist, functional evaluation by rehab team to determine strengths and areas of disability, individualized treatment plan to address needs, including restoration of function, compensation for lost skills, counseling, and testing of new skills, post-discharge planning for outpatient services, day treatment, home care, transitional living or extended care facility-based treatment.
Established in 1987, the Joyce M. Massey TBI Day Treatment Service helps patients re-learn or refine their physical, cognitive, emotional, and communication skills. The staff works with employers, schools and external consultants to help return patients to their independent living. Services include psychiatric evaluation, individual occupational, physical, recreational and speech therapy, family and individual social work counseling, specialized multi-disciplinary group treatment, neuropsychological assessment and counseling, vocational, school and community reintegration programs, linkage to St. Joseph Mercy Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Services, driver evaluation and training.