Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic

Physical Address

Madigan Annex
Ramp 3
9921A East Johnson St. & 9921B East Hayes St.
Tacoma, WA 98431

Business Hours

  • Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    (3:30 p.m. last scheduled initial appointment, 3:45 p.m. last scheduled follow-up appointment)
  • Closed on Thursday mornings, 8:00 a.m. - noon for training/administrative duties
  • Closed on Federal Holidays and Selected Training Holidays

Contact Information

Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic Front Desk: (253) 968-0606
(253) 968-3091
TBI Education Administrator: (253) 968-3193
TBI Nurse Educator: (253) 968-3141
TBI Ombudsman: (253) 968-4494
TBI Nurse Case Managers: (253) 968-4577
(253) 968-4579


From Exit 122 follow Jackson Ave. through Madigan gate. Left on Filmore. Right on Perry. Right on South ā€˜Lā€™ Street (turns into McKinley St.). Follow curve to the left down McKinley St. Right into the parking lot directly in front of Ramp 3, between East Hayes and East Johnson streets. Walk down Ramp 3 to bldg. 9921A.


A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a physical disruption of brain function caused by an external event and accompanied by alteration or loss of consciousness, post-traumatic amnesia, neurological deficits, or intracranial lesion. Examples of external events include whiplash, a blow or blows to the head, falls, and blast exposure. External events may occur during recreation, combat, sports, or sexual assault. Concussion (mild TBI) is the most commonly occurring form of TBI.

The TBI Clinic serves active-duty service members who have a history of TBI.

The TBI Clinic also serves retirees and dependents (over 18 years old) referred by their primary care managers for symptoms not improving over two weeks.

The TBI Clinic educates patients, family members, providers, service members and commanders.

The TBI Clinic conducts clinical research, which advances best practices in the care of patients with a history of TBI.

The TBI Clinic is patient-centered in all we do.

Services Provided after Injury Event

Please see your Primary Care Manager for a referral.

  • Assessment
  • Management and treatment of symptoms
  • Education (individual, family, group)
  • Nurse Case Management
  • Behavioral Health support for co-occurring conditions
  • Sleep classes
  • Memory classes
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy classes for memory-related issues
  • Interdisciplinary team approach to post-TBI care
  • Referrals and consultations
  • Video-teleconferencing/Tele-health
  • Facilitation among patients, providers, and command (Ombudsman services)

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