National Trauma Awareness Month
May is National Trauma Awareness Month. In 1988, Ronald Reagan recognized the need for trauma awareness and established
May as the month for us to dedicate our time and resources to increasing education and prevention activities.
About Georgia Trauma Commission
In 2007, the Georgia Legislature through Senate Bill 60 established the Georgia Trauma Care Network Commission. The bill charges the Georgia Trauma Commission to establish, maintain, and administer a trauma center network, to coordinate the best use of existing trauma facilities and to direct patients to the best available facility for treatment of traumatic injury and participate in the accountability mechanism for the entire Georgia trauma system, primarily overseeing the flow of funds for system improvement.
2020 GEMSA Leadership Program Applications due January 31, 2020 The Georgia EMS...
INJURY PREVENTION GRANT PROGRAM INFORMATION REQUIRED LETTER OF INTENT DUE TODAY BY 5PM*...
The Georgia Trauma Care Network Commission approved the FY2020 proposed budget of $...
Budget Subcommittee Meeting
The next Budget Subcommittee conference call will be held on June 10th 2020 at 4:30 P.M The public is welcome
GEORGIA TRAUMA SKILLS PROCEDURE LAB- Dougherty County- Region VIII
The Georgia Trauma Commission and the Georgia EMS Association together are offering a Georgia Trauma Skills Procedure Lab in Dougherty
June 2020 Trauma Center Administrator Group Meeting
The next Trauma Center Administrator meeting will be held on Monday June 22, 2020 at 4:30 PM EST. Additional details