On Tuesday, March 8th, at 1:30pm, the Richmond VA Medical Center is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of the new Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Center. The new building, a 22,000 square foot facility was designed to support the rehabilitation needs of returning service members and Veterans.
Our goal is to provide assessments for physical, cognitive and emotional problems related to Polytrauma injury. We want to create individualized Polytrauma rehabilitation services in a residential setting that meets and exceeds the needs of our Veterans, service members, and their families. We will continue to develop and manage interdisciplinary rehabilitation treatment plans to assist with the return to independent living through a structured restorative program focused on restoring home, community and vocation skills. A proactive case management approach for existing and emerging conditions to ensure resources for VA and non-VA care are identified.
With a positive and caring attitude, the staff offer services which provide a powerful catalyst for new hopes and possibilities as active duty service members and Veterans are reintegrated into their home communities. “We are very excited about the opening of the new Richmond VA Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation building, says Paul Sander, Program Director. It’s really going to make a positive difference in the lives of the Veteran we provide care, and their families.”
Join us for the Grand opening.