Thank you. Two simple, but meaningful words that only begin to express our appreciation for the overwhelming response to the first issue of our new quarterly newsletter, Perspectives. It was gratifying to hear that you found the content to be interesting, informative and useful – and we welcome your continued feedback. Our goal is for this publication to be a valued resource for you.
Thank you, too, for placing your trust in Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation. We are honored that our Dallas hospital has been ranked one of the nation’s best by U.S. News & World Report for 2021-22. This recognition is testimony to our unwavering commitment to patient care excellence – not only at our Dallas campus, but our Fort Worth, Frisco and Lakeway hospitals and across our entire continuum.
In this issue, we highlight some of many programs and services that reflect this commitment. From innovative brain health, assistive technology and driving programs to a thought-provoking COVID-19 case study, we offer our perspective on the trends and issues that are making a difference in our patients’ lives – and the field of medical rehabilitation.
Rita Hamilton, DO
Chief Medical Officer
Baylor Scott & White Institute for Rehabilitation
Our brain health group is a unique research initiative that rethinks the traditional support group and has reinvented the way we think about life after brain injury. Read Now.