San Francisco General Hospital
The Level I Trauma Program
Trauma Brain Injury Program
The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Program was created to optimize care for patients with serious brain injuries. This program creates a continuum of care for these patients - from life-saving efforts in the Emergency Department, Operating Rooms, and Intensive Care Unit, to maximizing the patient's day-to-day ability to function through rehabilitative care. Elements of the program include around-the-clock attending neurosurgeon coverage to respond to all major resuscitations, continuity of care, and neuro-psychologist consults. These efforts result in decreased length of stay in critical care and advances in recovery of patients in acute units. The program staff include two nurse practitioners and a neuroscience clinical nurse specialist to provide continuity of care.
TBI Program Staff
- Neurosurgery Attending Physician: Geoff Manley, MD
- Director for Rehabilitation Services, TBI Program Project Leader: Bonnie Seaman, PT, MA
- Neurosurgeon Nurse Practitioners: Twyila Lay, RN, MS, ACNP and Ryan Gustafson, RN, MS, NP
- Clinical Nurse Specialist: Christine Martin, RN
- Social Worker: Carey Edmeades, MSW
For more information about the TBI program, please call 415-206-8300.
||The San Francisco Chronicle reported on Dr. Martin Holland in the Miracle Workers in June 2003.
California's Department of Health and Human Services operates a Traumatic Brain Injury Surveillance Program
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