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Consumer Guide: Traumatic Brain Injury Care Units

The Division of Medicaid Services approves Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) care units in Wisconsin. Approved units within medical facilities are certified to care for people with TBIs. Here, we list approved TBI units and other TBI resources.

Approved TBI units

Approved TBI units are listed by city. If you have questions, reach out to the contact.

For questions or updates, email Elizabeth Laubenstein at


N27 W5707 Lincoln Blvd.
Cedarburg, WI 53012

Type: Sub-acute brain injury rehabilitation

Capacity: 16 beds

Danielle Olsen
Program Director
262-376-7676, ext. 2290


199 Home Road
Juneau, WI 53039

Phone: 877-386-3400 (toll-free)

Type: Sub-acute rehabilitation

Capacity: 30 beds

Jackie Kuhl
Admissions and Program Coordinator


Ascension Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Hospital
2301 N. Lake Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53211

Type: Brain injury and coma recovery

Capacity: 15 beds

Sue Skiba, CRRN or Linda Kroll
Sacred Heart Admissions


Lakeview Neuro-Behavioral Program
1701 Sharp Road
Waterford, WI 53185

Type: Coma recovery program and neurobehavioral program

Capacity: 10 beds

Natalie Taylor
800-473-4221 (toll-free)

Related topics

For providers: requests for TBI units

Are you a provider? Would you like to request any of the following?

  • To start a TBI unit
  • To expand or decrease beds in a current TBI unit
  • To close a TBI unit

If yes, please send a letter of intent to Include these details in the letter (if they apply):

  • Name and address of the facility
  • Specific changes the facility wants to make to the TBI unit
  • Date that the changes will take place
  • Contact information for the unit
  • A letter from the Division of Quality Assurance Office of Plan Review and Inspection. They must approve the new unit’s construction plan. Learn more about the plan review process.
Last revised February 28, 2024