Henrico Doctors' Hospital
Henrico Doctors’ Hospital is the only trauma center in western Richmond offering a range of services such as a specially trained trauma team and board-certified trauma surgeons across varying specialties. In addition, trauma experts specializing in orthopedics, neurosurgery, anesthesiology, plastic and facial trauma, thoracic, gynecological/obstetrical, cardiac, and other surgical specialties are on call and immediately available 24/7.
Henrico Doctors' Hospital provides:
- Comprehensive teams of trauma-trained and board-certified surgeons across varying specialties.
- Prompt assessment, resuscitation, surgery, intensive care and stabilization for critically injured patients.
- Comprehensive programs to regularly review our care standards based on national standards published by the American College of Surgeons and the American College of Emergency Physicians.
- Programs to evaluate quality and provide ongoing staff education to ensure we continue to provide high-quality care to the community.
- Community outreach programs to help prevent injuries.
Amy Nichole Stewart
7603 Skipwith Road, Courtyard Office Building, Suite 206
Richmond, Virginia, 23229
Upcoming Programs & Events
- Richmond Supportive Survivors
Tuesdays from 6pm - 8pm
This TBI support group provides the opportunity to form relationships and learn more about TBI. Learn more
- American Trauma Society
The American Trauma Society is dedicated to the elimination of needless death and disability from injury. For 50 years, the ATS has served as an advocate for the trauma care system, trauma prevention programs, and survivors of trauma and their families throughout the United States. Our mission is to Save Lives, Improve Care, & Empower Survivors.
- Brain Injury Association of America
The Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) works to advance awareness, research, treatment, and education to improve the quality of life for adults and children affected by brain injury. BIAA is dedicated to increasing access to quality health care and raising awareness and understanding of brain injury. It has a network of state affiliates, local chapters, and support groups.
- Mental Health America
Mental Health America (MHA) – founded in 1909 – is the nation's leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promoting the overall mental health of all Americans. Resources and information for youth, parents, and adults.
- National Center for PTSD
The National Center for PTSD offers national resources for trauma survivors and families, which includes information about PTSD, resources such as the PTSD Coach Online, and videos from other survivors and professionals.
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is a 24-hour, toll-free, confidential suicide prevention hotline available to anyone in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. Your call is routed to the nearest crisis center in the national network of more than 150 crisis centers. For assistance, call 1-800-273-TALK (8255), TTY: 1-800-799-4889. The Crisis Text Line is: 988
- Office of Disability Employment Policy
The Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) is the only non-regulatory federal agency that promotes policies and coordinates with employers and all levels of government to increase workplace success for people with disabilities.
- Hope After Head Injury
Hope After Head Injury exists to bring hope to those who have been impacted by brain injury in their life, whether going through the experience themselves or caring for a loved one. They understand that the journey through head trauma is a road that when walked alone can be scary and lonely. Through the voices of brain injury survivors and caregivers they provide awareness, encouragement, and hope. Click the link to learn more about Hope After Head Injury.
- Center for Disease Control and Prevention: Opioid Overdose Prevention
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention funds national research, specializes in health education, resources, and raising awareness. Some medications, such as prescription opioids, can help relieve pain in the short term but also come with serious risks and potential complications—and should be prescribed and used carefully. The CDC highlights that the best ways to prevent opioid overdose deaths are to improve opioid prescribing, reduce exposure to opioids, prevent misuse, and treat opioid use disorder. 1-800-232-4636 TTY: 888-232-6348
- Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous provides support and resources for people who struggle with a drinking problem or substance abuse. Confidential group meetings are available throughout the United States and Canada. Use the online locator to find the group and times that meet nearest you.
- Full Circle Grief Center
Full Circle provides support for grieving children, families, adults, and communities through support groups, individual counseling services, remembrance programs, and grief education support.
- Family Guide to The Rancho Levels of Cognitive Functioning
The Rancho Levels of Cognitive Functioning is an evaluation tool used by the rehabilitation team. The eight levels describe the patterns or stages of recovery typically seen after a brain injury. This helps the team understand and focus on the person's abilities and design an appropriate treatment program. Each person will progress at their own rate, depending on the severity of the brain damage, the location of the injury in the brain and length of time since the brain injury. Some individuals will pass through each of the eight levels, while others may progress to a certain level and fail to change to the next higher level.
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- Office for Aging Services (Virginia)
The Office for Aging Services of the Division for Community Living helps older Virginians live as independently as possible by coordinating and providing services to help them maintain their dignity and security. Our website provides information that aging Virginians, caregivers and their families can use in making important decisions about their lives and the lives of their loved ones.
- Fall Prevention for Older Adults - AOTA
Falls are the leading cause of injury and accidental death in adults over the age of 65. Clutter and other tripping hazards, poor balance, and distractions can all cause a person to stumble and fall.
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