Brain Injury Program
A dedicated and self-contained unit, the Brain Injury Inpatient Program provides patients with a remarkable environment to maximize their rehabilitation efforts. Here, an experienced team of therapists, nurses, and neuropsychologists work closely with each patient and family to achieve a level of independence that allows patients to advance within the continuum of care. Once released, patients can continue their therapy through the Outpatient Brain Injury Program at Peace Rehabilitation Center in downtown Greenville.
Advocacy for people with disabilities and involvement with local and state organizations that address disability-related issues is part of our ongoing commitment to the community. Greenville Health System (GHS) also works closely with the Brain Injury Association of South Carolina and the Brain Injury Association of America.
Both the inpatient and outpatient programs are accredited by the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
For more information about the Outpatient Brain Injury Program at GHS, please call (864) 455-8788. For more information about the Inpatient Brain Injury Program at GHS, please call (864) 455-7716.
Click here to view the Brain Injury Program’s scope of services and disclosure form.
Spinal Cord Injury Program
The Spinal Cord Injury Program strives to provide comprehensive care to persons with spinal cord injuries due to either trauma, degeneration or disease, enabling the persons served to achieve optimal health and physical function. Patients with neurological impairments or related diagnoses such as Guillain-Barré syndrome or multiple sclerosis will be considered on an individual basis. The Spinal Cord Injury Program will serve as part of the continuum of services offered to persons with spinal cord injury through shared therapists, consistent treatment protocols, training of acute personnel and community education.
The program can improve the quality of life for patients with spinal cord injuries or related disorders such as multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease, and Guillain-Barré syndrome.
The Spinal Cord Injury Program is the only program of its kind in the state accredited by the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
For more information about GHS’ Spinal Cord Injury Program, please call (864) 455-7716.