February 16, 2019

Brain Injury Hospital – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Albert Einstein Healthcare Network
5501 Old York Road
Philadelphia, PA 19141
(215) 456-7890

Albert Einstein Healthcare Network is a private, not-for-profit organization with six major facilities and many outpatient centers. Our primary mission is to provide compassionate, high-quality healthcare to the greater Philadelphia region. Facilities include:

  • Albert Einstein Medical Center , a tertiary care teaching hospital.
  • Belmont Behavioral Health , where we treat mental health, addictions and eating disorders.
  • Einstein Center One , which offers easy access to primary care and specialty doctors for people living in Northeast Philadelphia and Lower Bucks and Montgomery Counties.
  • Germantown Community Health Services , which provides primary, ambulatory and emergency care to the Northwest Philadelphia community.
  • MossRehab , a nationally recognized medical rehabilitation facility with inpatient and outpatient services.
  • Willowcrest , a center for subacute care.
  • Willow Terrace, a long-term care residence for older adults.

Chestnut Hill Health System
8835 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19118

Chestnut Hill Health System is a community-based health system serving the neighborhoods of northwest Philadelphia and eastern Montgomery County.

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
34th Street and Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is one of the leading pediatric hospitals and research facilities in the world. Their 150 years of innovation and service to their patients, their families and their community reflect an ongoing commitment to exceptional patient care, training new generations of pediatric healthcare providers and pioneering significant research initiatives.

Graduate Hospital
1800 Lombard St.
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Fax: 215-893-2302

Graduate Hospital is a 190-bed clinical teaching hospital. The hospital has an emergency department, as well as a wide range of inpatient and outpatient diagnostic and treatment facilities. Graduate Hospital’s Tuttleman Center houses the Cancer Program, which includes a radiation oncology component, open and closed MRI, Nuclear Medicine, the Graduate Pain Center and a Same-Day Surgery unit. Graduate Hospital has been serving the medical and health care needs of the Philadelphia community for over 90 years. The hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the nation’s oldest and largest hospital accreditation agency.

Hahnemann University Hospital
Broad and Vine
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Fax: 215-762-8109

Hahnemann University Hospital is a 618-bed academic medical center located at Broad & Vine Streets in Philadelphia. The hospital is a tertiary care institution that specializes in cardiac services, heart failure and transplantation, OB/GYN, orthopedics, medical, surgical and radiation oncology, bone marrow transplantation, renal dialysis and kidney/pancreas/liver transplantation.

St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
E. Erie Ave. & N. Front St.
Philadelphia, PA 19134
Fax: 215-427-5555

St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children is a 161-bed pediatric hospital which provides a wide range of pediatric medical and surgical specialties through its affiliation with Drexel University College of Medicine.

With a medical staff of more than 270 pediatric specialists, St. Christopher’s is a Level I Pediatric Trauma Center that provides programs such as kidney and liver transplantation, minimally invasive surgery, and open heart surgery for the children of the greater Philadelphia area and from around the world.

Roxborough Memorial Hospital
5800 Ridge Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19128
Fax: 215-487-4221

Roxborough Memorial Hospital is a 137-bed community hospital serving the medical and health care needs of the Roxborough, Manayunk, East Falls and northwest section of Philadelphia communities for more than a century.

Jeanes Hospital
Friends Hall Physicians Building
7604 Central Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19111

Jeanes Hospital is a member of the Temple University Health System (TUHS). The system is a major provider of integrated health care services in the Delaware Valley, consisting of a network of quality hospitals, physicians, and other health care providers.

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
111 South 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Begun in 1825, the Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals now have 925 licensed acute care beds, with major programs in a wide range of clinical specialties. Services are delivered among four locations including – Center City, Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience, Methodist Hospital, which is located in South Philadelphia, and Jefferson HealthCARE -Voorhees, in New Jersey and at various radiation therapy satellites throughout the region.

Formerly a division of Thomas Jefferson University, the hospital was separated from the University to become a founding member of the Jefferson Health System in 1995. The hospital expanded its services to the community with the merger of Methodist Hospital as a Division of Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in 1996.

Magee Rehabilitation Hospital
1513 Race Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102-1177
E-mail: hskoczen@mageerehab.org

Magee Rehabilitation Hospital, a founding member of the Jefferson Health System, opened in 1958 as the Philadelphia region’s original provider of physical and cognitive rehabilitation. Magee is a not-for-profit health organization.

Magee is the home to the nation’s first brain injury rehabilitation program to be accredited by the Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and is one of 16 federally designated Regional Spinal Cord Injury Centers.

The Drexel University College of Medicine
Queen Lane Medical Campus
2900 W. Queen Lane
Philadelphia, PA 19129

Center City Hahnemann Campus
245 N. 15th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Drexel University College of Medicine, a new name just a few years ago, is the consolidation of two venerable medical schools with rich and intertwined histories: Hahnemann Medical College and Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania. Established in 1848 and 1850, respectively, they were two of the earliest medical colleges in the United States, and Woman’s was the very first medical school for women in the nation.

Today, with over 1,000 medical students, Drexel University College of Medicine (DUCOM) is the largest private medical school in the country. Biomedical graduate students number more than 500. There are some 550 residents, 600 clinical and basic science faculty, and over 1,700 affiliate and volunteer faculty.

The College of Medicine’s main campus, Queen Lane, is in a suburban-like setting in the East Falls section of Philadelphia. Additional facilities are located at the Center City campus, which includes Hahnemann University Hospital. Our Pediatrics Department is at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children, and Psychiatry is based at Friends Hospital. Students can receive clinical education at 25 affiliated hospitals and ambulatory sites chosen for commitment to teaching as well as medical excellence.

University of Pennsylvania Health System

When you choose the University of Pennsylvania Health System, you have access to complete health care, from the family doctor in your neighborhood to the specialists and resources for your most complex health needs.

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania 3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 662-4000

Penn Presbyterian Medical Center
51 N. 39th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 662-8000

Pennsylvania Hospital 800 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 829-3000


Temple University Hospital
3401 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
(215) 707-2000
Email: tuhs@temple.edu

Temple University Hospital (TUH) was founded in 1892 by Dr. Russell Conwell as a 20-bed facility. Today, TUH is a 617-bed tertiary medical center. In addition to providing quality medical care to over 28,000 inpatients and 150,000 outpatients annually, Temple University Hospital is a certified Level I regional trauma center and has one of the busiest emergency departments in the region.

Temple University Children’s Medical Center
3509 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140

Temple University Children’s Medical Center is the first new hospital built in Philadelphia in years. Constructed in 1998, our state-of-the-art facility serves Philadelphia and the surrounding region.

Their mission is to provide top-quality pediatric care by:

  • Pursuing excellence in pediatric patient care and services.
  • Improving the health status of children throughout the region.
  • Developing outreach and education programs to address public health issues crucial to the communities they serve.
  • Providing the clinical environment and services to support the highest quality teaching, training and research programs for health care students and professionals.

Temple University Hospital – Episcopal Campus
100 East Lehigh Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19125-1098
(215) 707-1200

For more information on other resource options:

TBI Resources Homepage
TBI Treatment Centers
State Resources for TBI
Important Traumatic Brain Injury Web Links