DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. – (August 11, 2017) – Eugene Rankin, Ph.D., a board-certified neuropsychologist, has joined Halifax Health|Brooks Rehabilitation – Center for Inpatient Rehabilitation.
A graduate of the St. Louis University School of Medicine in Missouri, Dr. Rankin completed his residency at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City. He has more than 25 years of experience in the specialties of neuropsychology and clinical psychology.
Halifax Health|Brooks Rehabilitation – Center for Inpatient Rehabilitation is a 40-bed, state-of-the-art facility that serves a wide variety of rehab patients. As the area’s only Level II Trauma Center and designated Comprehensive Stroke Center, Halifax Health can care for patients with spinal cord injuries, stroke, traumatic brain injuries, amputations, complex orthopedic injuries and other rehabilitation needs.
For more information on the services provided by Halifax Health|Brooks Rehabilitation – Center for Inpatient Rehabilitation, call 386.425.5817 or visit halifaxhealth.org/brooks.
Recognized by The Joint Commission as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures, Halifax Health serves Volusia and Flagler counties, providing a continuum of healthcare services through a network of organizations including a tertiary hospital, community hospital, freestanding emergency department, an urgent care, psychiatric services, a cancer treatment center with five outreach locations, the area’s largest hospice, a center for inpatient rehabilitation, primary care walk-in clinics, a walk-in clinic specializing in women’s health, a pediatric care community clinic, three children’s medical practices, a home healthcare agency, and an exclusive provider organization. Halifax Health offers the area’s only Level II Trauma Center, Comprehensive Stroke Center, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric Emergency Department, Child and Adolescent Behavioral Services, complete Neurosurgical Services, OB Emergency Department and Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit that cares for babies born as early as 28 weeks. For more information, visit halifaxhealth.org.