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Head Injury Clinic

This clinic is designed to help the child and family with long-term effects of post-traumatic complications from head injuries. Patients follow up here after inpatient rehabilitation in the Progressive Rehabilitation Program, and we accept other referrals as well. The clinic addresses medical and psychological concerns including diagnosis of late medical, neurological or psychological complications. We may provide medication management, neuropsychology referrals, on-going assistance with home, educational and community re-entry, social work consultation, and screening and follow-up of dysphagia and cognitive or higher level language issues with speech and language pathology.

Appointments:

(501)364-4000

Fax:

(501)978-6440

Care Provided:

• Designed to help the child and family with long-term effects of post-traumatic complications from brain injury
• Follow-up after inpatient rehabilitation in the Progressive Rehabilitation Program
• Medical and psychological concerns including diagnosis, management and referral for late medical, neurological or psychological complications, medication management, neuropsychology referrals, ongoing assistance with home, educational and community re-entry, social work consultation, screening and follow-up of dysphagia and cognitive or higher level issues with speech and language pathology.

Location:

Neuroscience Center
ACH Main Hospital, South Wing, 2nd Floor
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Medical Director:

Vikki A. Stefans, MD
(501)364-4374

Note: This clinic is available to your child by physician referral. Talk with your child's physician and tell him/her you would like to be referred to ACH. Have the doctor contact the Arkansas Children's Hospital Appointment Center to make a referral at 501-364-4000. If your child does not have a regular physician, please call 501-364-4000 and we will be happy to recommend one in your area.

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