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Indiana relies upon the American College of Surgeons — Committee on Trauma (ACS-COT) to verify trauma centers. Currently there are nine trauma centers in Indiana:
|Trauma Center Name||Location||Adult Designation||Pediatric Designation|
|Deaconess Hospital||Evansville||Level II|
|IU Health Methodist Hospital||Indianapolis||Level I|
|Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health||Indianapolis||Level I|
|Lutheran Hospital of Indiana||Fort Wayne||Level II||Level II|
|Memorial Hospital South Bend||South Bend||Level II|
|Parkview Regional Medical Center||Fort Wayne||Level II||Level II|
|St. Mary's Medical Center of Evansville||Evansville||Level II||Level II|
|St. Vincent Indianapolis Hospital||Indianapolis||Level II|
|William N. Wishard Memorial Hospital||Indianapolis||Level I|
The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) and Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) is hosting the Optimal Course offered by the Society of Trauma Nurses (STN) to provide information to hospitals interested in actively participating in the statewide trauma system. The course is intended for hospitals that would like to become trauma centers and for those that want to be active participants in the statewide trauma system. State trauma officials will attend and offer perspective on the development of the statewide trauma system.
The day-long course will be at the Indiana Government Center - South on October 11, 2013. See the flyer for more details.
Please feel free to forward this information to others who would be interested in participating in this event.
Director, Trauma and Injury Prevention Division
Trauma Registry Manager