Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute is opening a new location!

On July 14th, 2021, Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute celebrated the groundbreaking ceremony for its third location in Space Center, Nassau Bay.  

The City Council of Nassau Bay granted the request for a Specific Use Permit in 2020, and construction is expected to be complete in 2022 – creating space to support more patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI). 

Do you have a loved one who’s experienced a TBI? Reach out to us today to learn more about the care and support we can provide

 

The New Moody Neuro Space Center Facility

This new Space Center facility will help us better serve patients with TBIs. More than 40 supporters celebrated the groundbreaking, including: 

  • Jeff Eppinette, President & CEO of Moody Neuro
  • Stefan Stamoulis, Board Member of Moody Neuro
  • Dr. Thomas Blackwell, MD, Board Member of Moody Neuro
  • Steve Glasgow, Board Member of Moody Neuro
  • Dr. Ana Durand, MD, Medical Director for Moody Neuro Galveston
  • Maggie Galvan, COO of Moody Neuro
  • Bob Warters, Nassau Bay Mayor

After expressing gratitude for all those involved, Eppinette stressed the impact a new center will bring:  

“This addition to the Moody Neuro portfolio will build on our history and experience, helping individuals with traumatic brain injury by providing state-of-the-art treatment areas… [It will also provide] extended space and opportunities for a strong, interdisciplinary approach to a larger population.” 

[Related: Choosing a Brain Injury Treatment Clinic]

 

The Importance of a New Facility 

Thanks to this new TBI rehabilitation facility, another community has access to the highest-quality TBI care. The Moody Neuro Space Center facility will be an extension of the most advanced and inclusive rehabilitation center out there.

With the support of the Moody Neuro community, the mission of Robert Moody lives on today. This same mission inspires us to support friends and loved ones who’ve experienced a traumatic brain injury as they regain function and re-enter their communities with ease. 

Benefiting TBI Patients & the Nassau Bay Community 

With the new Space Center location, TBI patients and their families will enjoy access to direct support. 

There will also be more potential career opportunities for the community of Nassau Bay. We need to fill 150 clinical, medical, residential, and support staff positions to support our rehabilitative care. 

Type of Care & Services Provided 

At the new facility, Moody Neuro can accommodate 40 residential patients and offer outpatient programs.

To provide a space that aids in awakening patients’ senses, the design will utilize natural colors and textures to create an “urban house” feel. The facility will also have:

  • Family apartments
  • Private and transitional residential rooms
  • An innovative therapy gym
  • An outdoor therapy court

Moody Neuro Space Center will offer the following services:

If you’re looking for rehabilitation services for a traumatic brain injury, contact us to learn more about how we can help.

 

Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute: Bringing Patients, Family, & Communities Together 

In 1982, when Robert Moody founded the Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute, he set out to provide TBI patients with the best care possible.

Today, that mission continues.

Moody Neurorehabilitation Institute is advancing modern TBI care through:

  • A large number of therapeutic and care services for TBI patients
  • Accommodation programs for their families
  • Another facility in Space Center

Through highly personal care, Moody Neuro helps TBI patients recover and reclaim their lives. Contact us to learn more.

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