OhioHealth Trauma Services

Expert Multidisciplinary Care

As central Ohio’s trauma experts, WE provide the greatest access for patients to receive comprehensive trauma care. Hospitals around the state and region refer to us to provide life-saving trauma services.

Local and regional community members can take comfort knowing that the highest level of care and most qualified staff are available. From specialized diagnosis and treatment through recovery, our experts are part of a well-orchestrated team.

Emergency and trauma specialists at Grant Medical Center, Riverside Methodist Hospital, and Mansfield Hospital work closely with emergency medical services, air-medical services, and hospitals across the state to provide optimal care. Each year, our experts are entrusted to care for over 11,000 patients from approximately 55 Ohio counties and the surrounding states. We are committed to providing the best possible healthcare experience to every patient at each of our trauma centers.

Our Trauma Centers

  • Opthalmologic Surgery
  • Plastic surgery
  • Obstetrics

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  • Opthalmologic Surgery
  • Obstetrics

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  • Plastic surgery
  • Obstetrics

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Resources

Not only does a trauma alert bring the necessary resources together for the optimal care of your patient, the patient is prioritized for registration, CT scanning, OR, and other services.

Transferring your patient is easier than ever. Simply call the OhioHealth Transfer Center 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (877) XFER-2-OH (933.7264).

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“The Division of EMS is responsible for the certification of all emergency medical service and fire service providers in the state of Ohio; certification of fire and EMS instructors; accreditation and chartering of fire and EMS training institutions; approval of EMS continuing education sites; collection and analysis of EMS incident data; coordination of the EMS for Children (EMSC) program; and regulation of medical transportation services (air medical, ambulance, MoICU, and ambulette). In addition, the Division serves as the “lead agency” for the state’s trauma system.

The Ohio Department of Public Safety Division of Emergency Medical Services serves as the “administrative arm” of the State Board of Emergency Medical, Fire and Transportation Services. The Executive Director for the Division of Emergency Medical Services serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the Board.”

Trauma centers are ranked by the American College of Surgeons from Level 1 (comprehensive service) to Level III (limited care).

Society of Trauma Nurses

“The Society of Trauma Nurses is a professional nonprofit organization whose mission is to ensure optimal trauma care to all people locally, regionally, nationally and globally through initiatives focused on trauma nurses related to prevention, education and collaboration with other healthcare disciplines.”

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Online: Contact Us
Email: traumaservices@ohiohealth.com
Telephone: (614) 566-9808