The Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute at Brookhaven Hospital is a fully accredited 28-bed inpatient rehabilitation center dedicated to treating individuals with moderate to severe brain injuries and other neurological disorders. We accept individuals over 18 with no upper age limit.
The length of stay at NRI varies from patient to patient and is largely determined by the extent of the injury and the patient’s ability to engage in rehabilitation. The average length of stay is four to six months, but we can also serve patients who require a longer continuum of care.
We accept various types of federal, state, military and private insurance, but because of the differences in individual coverage, we suggest you contact us to determine your eligibility. In the event that you are not covered by insurance, flexible financing may be arranged.
The road to a life of regained independence starts by calling NRI at (888) 298-HOPE to request a free assessment today. Our RNs and Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS) Evaluators are available to do on-site assessments at home, hospital or current place of treatment.
GENERAL ADMISSIONS FAQ:
What ages do you accept?
At NRI, we accept individuals aged 18 and older.
What is the typical length of stay at NRI?
Because brain injuries vary considerably, length of stay is largely determined by the extent of the injury and the patient’s ability to engage in rehabilitation. Our average length of stay is four to six months, but we also serve individuals requiring a longer continuum of care.
What kinds of insurance do you accept?
We accept various types of federal, state, military and private funding sources. Because of the nature of the healthcare industry, we suggest you contact us to determine your eligibility.
Do you accept out-of-state patients?
Yes. Because we offer such a unique and dynamic treatment program for brain injuries, we have been able to help individuals from all over North America, as well as some individuals from other countries.
How many patients can you accommodate?
Currently, we have 28 inpatient beds dedicated to neurological rehabilitation with facilities for seven transitional living patients and five community living patients, both within a community setting.
What does a typical day of rehabilitation look like?
Our patients participate in a full therapeutic, effective daily schedule that consists of group and individual therapies, recreational activities, structured meal time, socialization opportunities and therapeutic activities within the community. Every aspect of the day is utilized to promote rehabilitation and to enhance functional skills leading to independence and a return to community living.
If you have any questions about the admissions process at NRI, please feel free to call us at (888) 298-HOPE