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Motorsports Treatment Information
Our comprehensive healthcare services extend to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on race days with the following resources:
- Emergency facilities. Our track hospital has eight standard beds, six critical beds and four beds for drivers and crew members. We staff the center with five physicians and 14 nurses on race days.
- Equipment. Our infield emergency center contains an extensive array of equipment for diagnosing, monitoring and treating various injuries and illnesses. Examples of such equipment include vital sign monitors, X-ray, advanced life support monitors/defibrillators and automated external defibrillators.
- Track-wide coverage. We care for you wherever you are within the Indianapolis Motor Speedway with 15 first-aid stations and numerous advanced life support ambulances, golf cart ambulances, paramedic foot teams and pit medic teams. On race days, we typically have more than two dozen ambulances and more than 100 emergency medical technicians and paramedics at the track.Treatment can range from bandages and over-the-counter pain relievers to stitches and stabilization of cardiac emergencies. We also provide first-aid if you have a heat emergency or insect sting.
- Air transport. If necessary, we transfer patients to Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital via our Indiana University Health LifeLine air ambulance for treatment at our Level I Trauma Center.
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Motorsports Support Services
Learn more about how to stay safe and healthy when you attend outdoor events such as auto races:
A Sampling of Motorsports Support Services
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Avoid dehydration and other ill effects from the heat during summer races by following these tips offered by this U.S. government agency.