Trauma center definition

Trauma center means a hospital designated by the State of North Carolina and distinguished by its ability to manage, on a 24-hour basis, the severely injured patient or those at risk for severe injury.
Trauma center means a hospital designated by the State of North Carolina and distinguished by

Examples of Trauma center in a sentence

  • Trauma center designation: initial impact on trauma-related mortality.


More Definitions of Trauma center

Trauma center means a specialized hospital facility distinguished by the immediate availability of specialized surgeons, physician specialists, anesthesiologists, nurses, and resuscitation and life support equipment on a 24-hour basis to care for severely injured patients or those at risk for severe injury. In Virginia, trauma centers are designated by the Virginia Department of Health as Level I, II or III.
Trauma center means a facility accredited by the Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation under the act of July 3, 1985 (P.L. 164, No. 45), known as the “Emergency Medical Services Act.”
Trauma center means all of the following:
Trauma center means any acute care hospital that provides in-house twenty-four hour daily dedicated trauma surgical services that is designated pursuant to section 36-2225.
Trauma center means a hospital that has been verified by the department to be in substantial compliance with the requirements in s. 395.4025 and has been approved by the department to operate as a Level I trauma center, Level II trauma center, or pediatric trauma center.
Trauma center means a facility accredited by the