Creating a better State Trauma and Emergency Medical System
West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources
State Trauma and Emergency Care System
Tuesday, July 13, 2010 11:25 AM
This is the first in a series of quarterly issues on trauma and
acute care surgery in the state of West Virginia.
Through this newsletter, we hope to improve the communications
within the trauma network from all corners of the state.
We hope to offer interesting and infor-mative stories to aid in
the improve-ment of the care we all provide to the people of this
We invite comment and ideas for sto-ries or content that might
be helpful to the community of emergency care providers throughout
Our goal is to speak not just to the emergency room and trauma
physi-cians in the state, but also to those on the front lines who
are committed to providing care and service to people during the
worst times of their lives.
The JMMTC has five full-time trauma and acute care surgery
staff, and the Emergency Department has 12 dedi-cated to the
mission of caring for the people of this state and region.
We are excited by the potential to reach out to all providers
across the state and initiate a forum for learning and exchange of
ideas. Together we can continue to improve on the great care
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