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TRIUMPH Call Center

A 24/7 resource to serve patients with a Spinal Cord Injury or a Traumatic Brain injury and their providers in Arkansas. Telemedicine appointments for Arkansans living with Spinal Cord Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury can also be made by contacting the call center. The call center assists Arkansans via Telemedicine Consultations, Provider Education, and Emergency Department Services.


The Mission of TRIUMPH is to target patients who have limitations in mobility, sensation and other functional abilities by providing call center access for on-the-spot triage and consultation.

This access will enhance quality of life and increase available resources among these patients, families and rural providers.

At the same time, this program will stimulate health care system cost savings through an efficient around-the-clock and evidence-based mode of care delivery.




Patient Learning


Connecting Across Professions (CAP) Talks are multidisciplinary talks centered around chronic disease, health care trends, and inter professional collaboration.

CME< CNE< Pharmacy, and CHES credits and certificates of attendance are available.

CAP talks are held the Tuesdays and Wednesdays of each month at noon online or in person at UAMS in Shorey room 5/25. Events can be streamed live or attended in person.

CAP talks are recorded and placed on our online learning management system to be viewed as an enduring material for our members.

For more information on CAP Talks please contact:

Amber Govan

Phone: 1 (501) 603-1271




“Formally defined, telemedicine is the use of medical information exchanged from one site to another via electronic communications to improve a patient’s clinical health status. Telemedicine includes a growing variety of applications and services using two-way video, email, smart phones, wireless tools and other forms of telecommunications technology.” American Telemedicine Association. The Arkansas Trauma Rehabilitation Program (ATRP) personnel assist with the facilitation of telemedicine appointments for the PM & R physicians with patients. Telemedicine appointments can occur at clinical facilities such as hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, medical clinics, and even in the patient’s home when appropriate.

Telemedicine Information for Professionals

Telemedicine Information for Patients


For more information on the program please contact the  Arkansas Trauma Rehabilitation Program (ATRP) Assistant Director:

Daniel Bercher, Ph.D., NRP

Phone: (501) 214-2083

Fax: (501) 686-6531


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