After initial stabilization, those with moderate to severe injuries are transferred to one of the four Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) inpatient Polytrauma Rehabilitation Centers (PRCs) that specialize in acute rehabilitation for TBI/polytrauma.
What does PRC stand for?
PRC stands for Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center
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Samples in periodicals archive:
has initiated a program called Operation Dining Out that responds to the needs of patients at the Richmond Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center in Virginia.
A fifth polytrauma rehabilitation center is due to open in San Antonio this fall.
Upon discharge from a Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center, service members receive follow-ups plans that include recommendations for continued medical and mental health rehabilitative care as well as referrals to community reintegration supports and resources (U.
INTRODUCTION Several of the casualties of Operation Iraqi Freedom arriving at one Veterans Administration (VA) polytrauma rehabilitation center (PRC) were noted to have iatrogenic pressurerelated injuries that included a large proportion of occipital pressure ulcers (Fig.
Among the VA medical center programs focusing on serious injuries was the Family Care Map pilot program at VA's four Polytrauma Rehabilitation Centers (PRC)--regional centers that provide acute comprehensive medical and rehabilitative care for the severely injured.
Recognizing that treating patients with polytraumatic injuries requires comprehensive and coordinated rehabilitation, Under Secretary for Health Jonathan Perlin conceived a plan in 2005 to convert VA's four Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centers to Polytrauma Rehabilitation Centers.
The recently opened Polytrauma Rehabilitation Center on the campus of the South Texas Veterans Health Care System (Audie Murphy Division) treats service members who have suffered multiple severe traumatic injuries while serving their country.