Traumatic Brain Injury Outpatient Program

Clinic & Specialty Center

715 South 8th Street, Level 3
Minneapolis MN 55404

Appointments: 612-873-9494

If you are a provider and wish to make a referral for a patient please FAX referral order to 612-873-1635.

The safety and wellbeing of our staff, patients, and community is Hennepin Healthcare’s highest priority as we navigate the complex and rapidly changing situation caused by COVID-19. In an effort to keep our community and our staff as safe as possible, the TBI Outpatient Program has begun video visits.

  • If you are a current patient of the TBI program and would like to have a video visit with your provider, please contact them through MyChart. Don't have MyChart yet? Sign up!
  • If you are a new patient with a doctor's referral and would like to schedule an appointment with the TBI Outpatient Program please call 612-873-6663.
  • If you are a new patient and do not have a referral or would like to learn more about the TBI Outpatient Program please call 612-873-4172.

What is MyChart?

MyChart is an online tool that allows you access to some of your health information via the internet. Through MyChart, you can message members of your care team, request medication refills, and obtain care through an e-visit. You can expect a response from our providers within 48 hours, and medication refills within 72 hours. Click here to Sign up for a MyChart account. If you already have an account, sign in to your MyChart account.

If you do not have access to a computer and need to speak with someone about your symptoms or care, please call the TBI Outpatient Program at 612-873-9494 and press option 3. Leave a message and someone will get back to you within 2 business days.

As always, if you have any health-related concerns or questions, you can always contact Nurse Telehealth at 612-873-6963.

Please check this website regularly for updates or useful information about managing TBI symptoms.

To learn more about the Pediatric Brain Injury Program, call the Pediatric Brain Injury Program Coordinator at 612-873-2259.

If you are a provider or a family member and wish to refer a patient to our outpatient program, please call 612-873-6663.

Return to the Traumatic Brain Injury Center page.

We offer the information below to assist in your TBI care in case you are unable to see your provider soon:


Are you having issues with your vision? Here are tips to help with different problems you may be experiencing that can lessen problems until you can see your provider.

Mental Health

If you are experiencing emotions such as anxiety or depression, there are ways to deal with these issues including how to get your best sleep which is a very important part of TBI care.


State and county resources along with insurance and billing questions are here to help. In addition, there are resources to help you manage food and grocery needs.

Self Care

Taking care of yourself while recovering from a TBI is so important to enhance your healing. Simple things like drinking water, walking and positive thinking can help.

For Caregivers

Are you caring for a loved one who has sustained a severe TBI? That can be tough especially in times like these. We offer you suggestions to help.

Staying Active

TBI "symptom friendly" activities keep your mind and body busy at a time when we need to stay home and stay safe.

The Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Outpatient Program uses an interdisciplinary approach toward providing unique and individualized treatment to patients with traumatic brain injury and their families, with a goal of improving their quality of life. Our expertise spans the entire continuum of brain injury severity, from mild TBI / concussion to severe TBI. The program serves people ages 13 and older with cognitive, physical and/or psychological impairment resulting from their injury. Children ages 12 and under are cared for in our Pediatric Brain Injury Program.

Over 16,000 TBIs occur in the state of Minnesota annually. Over 85% of these are mild TBIs, also referred to as concussions. Symptoms of a mild  TBI can go unrecognized and untreated. When seen by a specialist in TBI, people experiencing symptoms can get better faster and avoid long-term chronic complications.

What to Expect at Your First Appointment

You will be scheduled for an initial evaluation with a provider specializing in traumatic brain injury:

  • Board Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) / Brain Injury Medicine Physicians
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Physician Assistant

After a thorough examination and cognitive screening, a customized plan of care is developed to address your specific areas of concern. A TBI nurse is available to answer questions about your medications or plan of care.

Consider joining our brain injury support group held Wednesdays in the Clinic & Specialty Center.

Click here to return to the Traumatic Brain Injury Center.


Depending on your specific rehabilitation need you may be referred to members of our interdisciplinary team which is made up of:

  • Developmental Optometrist
  • Neuropsychologist
  • Clinical Psychologist
  • Registered Nurse
  • Occupational Therapist / Neurovision Rehabilitation
  • Physical Therapist / Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Speech-Language Pathologist
  • Audiologist / Vestibular Assessment
  • Social Services

Each team member will perform an initial evaluation and establish an individualized treatment plan based on your needs.

Should I Make an Appointment?

One of the most common reasons people come to the Traumatic Brain Injury Outpatient Program is the frustrating sense that "something just doesn't feel right". It is often the unexpected symptoms from a TBI that can be most challenging to deal with. If you find you are now struggling with any of these symptoms please make an appointment.

pt tech with patient reclining

What is a Brain Injury?

Mild, moderate or severe. Every brain injury is serious.  

Symptoms of a Brain Injury

Brain injury symptoms can appear right away or in a few days. 

Brain Injury Prevention

Not all, but many brain injuries can be avoided. 

Brain Injury Research

Hennepin Healthcare is a leader in cutting edge research.

TBI in Seniors

Brain injuries in seniors who fall are often overlooked. 

TBI Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation after a brain injury can be tough - we are the right partner. 

The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accredits the Traumatic Brain Injury Center Interdisciplinary Outpatient Rehabilitation Programs:  Brain Injury Program for adults, children and adolescents.  This accreditation demonstrates the TBI Outpatient Program’s commitment to quality improvement, safety and patient satisfaction by achieving the highest level of accreditation for this program.   The surveyors commented that: “The interdisciplinary outpatient brain injury specialty program has several innovative initiatives due to a creative and talented team that includes neuro vision rehabilitation as well as comprehensive interdisciplinary staff with brain injury specialists in occupational therapy, speech language pathology, neuropsychology, psychology, social work, nursing and physical therapy.”

2020 by the numbers tbi op graphic


contact photo only min park

Min Jeong Park Graf, MBBS

Medical Director

Traumatic Brain Injury Outpatient Program


contact photo only nova mcnally

Nova McNally, OTR/L

Traumatic Brain Injury Outpatient Program Manager


[email protected]