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Level I Trauma Center Treatment Information
Our commitment to make a full range of expertise and technology available at all times sets our trauma care apart. Our resources and services include:
- Specialists. Our multidisciplinary trauma team, including trauma surgeons, trauma nurses, neurosurgeons, orthopedic surgeons, cardiothoracic specialists, surgeons and spine specialists, is available 24 hours a day. This multidisciplinary team has several decades of experience managing patients with the most severe and complex injuries.
- Advanced technology. We are committed to maintaining the most innovative technologies. For example, our “hybrid suite” is an operating room equipped with advanced imaging modalities. This suite allows us to combine traditional “open” surgery with minimally invasive approaches to control bleeding in the most severely injured and high-risk patients. Other 24-hour key services include anesthesia, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), laboratory, blood bank and conventional catheter angiography and sonography.
- Indiana University Health LifeLine. This 24-hour critical care transport service provides emergency helicopter and ground critical care transport, bringing patients rapidly from remote areas or community hospitals to our Level I Trauma Centers.
- Rehabilitation. We ensure that you have access to occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy and social services during your acute phase of care. From the time of injury to rehabilitation, we are committed to providing the highest level of care.
Level I Trauma Center Locations & Physicians
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Level I Trauma Center Support Services
Learn more about trauma prevention and care at these websites:
A Sampling of Level I Trauma Center Support Services
American Trauma Society
The website of this professional organization outlines trauma center levels and includes fact sheets on preventing injuries.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
This U.S. government agency maintains fact sheets on avoiding injuries and explains why trauma centers are important.
Trauma Center Association of America
This industry association offers a trauma center fact sheet and other information.