A statewide trauma system makes the delivery of trauma care cost effective, reduces the incidence of inappropriate or inadequate trauma care, prevents unnecessary suffering and reduces the personal and societal burden resulting from trauma.
The goals and objectives of a trauma care system include:
- Providing optimal care for the trauma victim;
- Preventing unnecessary death and disability from trauma and emergency illness; and
- Conducting trauma prevention activities to decrease the incidence of trauma.
- The statewide trauma system is divided into four regions each with a regional committee. To view a map of the regions, click here.
There are four Trauma Advisory Boards for each region, as well as a Statewide Advisory Board. To view the Regional Board roles and responsibilities, click here. And to view the Statewide Board roles and responsibilities, click here.
Below is a listing of the separate Trauma Boards, a listing of the meetings, and the vacancies and application to sit on a board.
Other helpful Trauma Resources:
Trauma Related Education and Training:
For More Information Contact:
Sherri Wren, Trauma Program Manager
Emergency Health Systems Program, Lincoln
Phone: (402) 471-0539
Fax: (402) 742-1140
Joseph C. Stothert, M.D., Ph.D.
Statewide Trauma Medical Director
Phone: (402) 679-1293
Fax: (402) 559-6749
Tim Wilson, Emergency Health Systems Program Manager Emergency Health Systems Program, LincolnPhone: (402) 471-0124Fax: (402) 480-1072E-mail: email@example.com