Helen Carmine, MSN, CRNP, CRRN

Clinical Director, Medical, Aging & Community Residential System

Developing and implementing innovative treatment guidelines that will keep a person healthy and active.

Having spent the majority of her rehabilitation and advanced nursing career working with people who have physical and cognitive disabilities, Helen is keenly aware of their complex needs and is committed to treating, supporting and advocating for them. Early on, Helen realized that working with traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury patients was her calling. At ReMed, she is responsible for the clinical oversight of over 70 clients, as well as supervision of clinical staff. She has developed and implemented important and innovative treatment guidelines to keep clients with brain injury, who are aging, healthy and active. She has played a significant role not only at ReMed but in the post acute care arena, influencing care, outcomes and quality, as well as developing early and effective treatment and preventative care along the lifespan that ultimately improve the quality of life for years after injury.

 

Helen remains dedicated to rehabilitation nursing by participating in the Association of Rehabilitation Nurses (ARN), locally and nationally, where she has held leadership positions. She frequently presents and authors articles about the effects of aging and brain injury, falls prevention, medical issues, sleep disturbances and polypharmacy.

In her free time she enjoys cooking, gardening and piano.