Announcements and Presentations
Most Recent Announcements and Presentations Postings:
Commission website changes
Posted: 24 June 2012
Over the next week to 10 days, we will be updating core components of the Georgia Trauma Commission website. Those updates will provide additional features and better content organization.
Thank you for your patience as we move through this process.
Georgia Trauma Communications Center Opens
Georgia Trauma Communications Center Begins Operations: 01 January 2012
After quite a bit of planning, hard work, cooperation and support from all involved, it is our pleasure to announce that beginning Sunday, 01 January 2012 at 7 a.m., the Georgia Trauma Communications Center (TCC) will become operational. At that time, our agents will be available to receive emergency calls 24/7 and will assist you with your transport decisions for those patients meeting Trauma System Entry Criteria (TSEC).
Beginning 7 a.m. 01 January, for assistance with transport destination decisions for TSEC patients, you may contact the TCC at any of the numbers below:
Free Mobile to Mobile: 404-229-6405
Statewide Toll Free: 866-556-3314
We look forward to providing this valuable service to the people in Georgia!
Georgia Trauma Communications Center
Georgia Trauma Commission
Office - (478) 993-4459
Cell - (706) 202-0745
21st Annual Trauma Symposium in Macon, Georgia
Mercer University School of Medicine & The Medical Center of Central Georgia present the 21st Annual TRAUMA Symposium on Thursday, 03 November 2011
At: The Medical Center of Central Georgia
Joseph W. Eversole Auditorium
PHYSICIANS, ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONALS, NURSES, RESIDENTS, MEDICS, AND STUDENTS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.
Although there is no registration fee, PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
Please complete this form and mail or fax NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 18, 2011.
Office of Medical Education
790 First Street
Macon, Georgia 31201
Fax: (478) 633-1578
For more information: 478.633.1144
Tale of Our Cities 2011
Attached is a Save the Date flyer for a presentation that Department of Public Health is sponsoring along with CDC and Emory CEPAR. Presentation is 09 November 2011
The international subject matter experts in Trauma Surgery, Emergency Management, Law Enforcement, EMS, and Public Health are outstanding as they describe how terror attacks were managed in London, Madrid, Mumbai, Islamabad, and Jerusalem.
Trauma Quality Improvement Program (TQIP) PowerPoint Presentation
Presented to Georgia Committee for Trauma Excellence (GCTE) on 16 March 2011
Presenters: Melanie Neal and Michelle Pomphrey
Trauma Quality Improvement Program (TQIP)
Presented to the Georgia Trauma Commission on 17 February 2011
Avery B. Nathens. M.D., PhD., FACS
American College of Surgery Committee on Trauma
Development of a Statewide Trauma System; Past, Present and Future
Presentation by Dr. Dennis Ashley to the Medical College of Georgia, Department of Surgery during Grand Rounds on Monday, 24 January 2011.