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Level I trauma centers as opposed to Level II trauma centers

ken kmattox1 at mycingular.blackberry.net
Fri Oct 7 22:50:05 BST 2005


A number of were there at the beginning when the intent was to recognize committment.    Many states have distorted the origional intent to local political exclusion. 

K


-----Original Message-----
From: Nappio at aol.com
Date: Fri, 7 Oct 2005 17:23:27 
To:trauma-list at trauma.org
Subject: Re: Level I trauma centers as opposed to Level II trauma centers

Dr. Mattox,
 
Thank you for your reply and scholarship.  I have seen multiple  documents 
and have had many discussions that residency programs had a relation  to trauma 
center level. Please review statements made according to the ACS  guidelines 
in Arizona:
 
 "A level I trauma center shall have a funtional and documented  teaching 
commitment. This requirement may be met through:
    1. A trauma fellowship; or
    2.Active participation with one of the following types  of residency 
programs in emergency medicine, general surgery, orthopedic  surgery,  or 
neurosurgery;
          a. A regional  residency rotation program; or
          b.A collaborative  residency program that includes multiple 
hospitals with each non-sponsor  participating hospital hosting at least one rotation.
 
 
taken from ACS guided Arizona Trauma Center standards, section H(Continuing  
Education/Outreach) located at  
http://www.trauma.org/index.php/community/list/url/http:list.ftech.net/pipermail/trauma-list/2005-October/_http://www.azdhs.gov/diro/admin_rules/public_draft_designation_rules031405.pd
f_ 
(http://www.azdhs.gov/diro/admin_rules/public_draft_designation_rules031405.pdf) 

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