Sarah Jane Brain Foundation State Lead Centers of Excellence

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This is a list of the State Lead Centers in place for the Pediatric Acquired Brain Injury Plan. The job of the state lead center is to create a national structure providing complete national coverage and the ability to standardize the system of care while still providing the flexibility for each state to have its own pathway to universal accessibility.

Each State Lead center will have three main responsibilities: 1) developing and implementing a Statewide Master Plan creating a seamless, standardized, evidence-based system of care, universally accessible for all PABI families within their state; 2) providing a specialized case management system for these PABI families within their state; and 3) providing a Regional leadership role around one of the seven Categories of Care within the PABI Plan. The country was divided into seven regions of seven or eight states/territories in each region (Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Mid-Central, South-Central, Rocky Mountain and Pacific Regions).

State Lead Center Category of Care
Alabama The University of Alabama at Birmingham / The Children's Hospital of Alabama Adult Transition
Alaska Alaska Brain Injury Network Prevention
Arizona Barrow Neurological Institute / St. Joseph Hospital and Medical Virtual
Arkansas University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Prevention
California Mattel Children's Hospital-UCLA Acute
Colorado The Children's Hospital Colorado- UC at Denver[1] Adult Transition
Connecticut Yale School of Medicine Adult Transition
Delaware Nemours / Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children Prevention
Washington D.C. Children's National Medical Center Mild TBI
Florida University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Acute
Georgia Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Prevention
Hawaii Center on Disability Studies at the University of Hawaii Mild TBI
Idaho Idaho State University / Institute of Rural Health Virtual
Illinois Southern Illinois University Rural/Tele-health
Indiana James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children / Indiana University School of Medicine Acute
Iowa University of Iowa Children's Hospital / Center for Disabilities and Development and Child Health Specialty Clinics[2] Adult Transition
Kansas Center for Child Health and Development / University of Kansas Medical Center Reintegration
Kentucky University of Kentucky Hospital[3] Rural/Tele-health
Louisiana Louisiana Health Care Quality Forum Rural/Tele-health
Maine Maine Institute for Human Genetics and Health Rural/Tele-health
Maryland Kennedy Krieger Institute at Johns Hopkins University Reintegration
Massachusetts Children's Hospital of Boston and Harvard Medical School Prevention
Michigan Public Health Institute and Brain Injury Association of Michigan Virtual
Minnesota Mayo Clinic Mild TBI
Mississippi Children's Rehabilitation Services / Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children Rural/Tele-health
Missouri Saint Louis Children's Hospital Mild TBI
Montana Montana State University Billings / Montana Center on Disabilities Rural/Tele-health
Nebraska Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital Reintegration
Nevada Sunrise Children's Hospital Adult Transition
New Hampshire Dartmouth Medical School Acute
New Jersey Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey Adult Transition
New Mexico University of New Mexico School of Medicine Acute
New York Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Reintegration
North Carolina The Clinical Center for the Study of Development and Learning / University of North Carolina School of Medicine Reintegration
North Dakota North Dakota State University Adult Transition
Ohio Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Reintegration
Oklahoma Oklahoma State University / Center for Health Sciences[4] Adult Transition
Oregon Teaching Research Institute and Western Oregon University Reintegration
Pennsylvania Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC Acute
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Medical Center / University of Puerto Rico Virtual
Rhode Island Hasbro Children's Hospital Child Protection Program Virtual
South Carolina Medical University of South Carolina Virtual
South Dakota Center for Disabilities / Sanford School of Medicine at the University of South Dakota Mild TBI
Tennessee University of Tennessee[5] Mild TBI
Texas Center for BrainHealth / The University of Texas at Dallas Virtual
Utah University of Utah Acute
Vermont The Vermont Center for Children, Youth and Families at the University of Vermont Mild TBI
Virginia Department of Pediatrics/Developmental Medicine at the School of Medicine University of Virginia with University of Virginia Children's Hospital Virtual
Washington University of Washington/Harborview Medical Center Rural/Tele-Health
West Virginia Brain Injury Alliance of West Virginia Rural/Tele-Health
Wisconsin Prevention
Wyoming Brain Injury Alliance of Wyoming Prevention

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Children's Hospital named Colorado 'lead center' for brain-injury project - Denver Business Journal". Bizjournals.com. 2009-06-05. Retrieved 2013-10-06. 
  2. ^ "Children's Hospital to devise plan to treat childhood brain injuries". Gazette, The. 2009-06-07. 
  3. ^ Meehan, Mary. "Project takes aim at brain injuries | Medicine". Kentucky.com. Retrieved 2013-10-06. 
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  5. ^ "UT to get brain injury center". Timesfreepress.com. Retrieved 2013-10-06.