One of the premier facilities in America treating veterans and NFL players for traumatic brain injury and other issues has chosen Jacksonville as its location for expansion into the Southeast.
The renowned Eisenhower Center, based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, settled on North Florida because of this area’s international recognition as a destination for medical excellence with unparalleled resources to make a positive difference in the lives of veterans, athletes, first responders, and any citizen with brain injury to PTSD.
And Eisenhower has chosen a beloved former NFL player to serve as the public face of this expansion, former Jaguars quarterback and current Episcopal School of Jacksonville football coach Mark Brunell. He'll provide national, regional and local outreach for the initiative, and represent the NFL Players' Association.
Brunell and John Cornack, CEO of the Eisenhower Center, join us with more.