Adult and Pediatric Trauma Centers
Verified trauma centers that exceed the standard
When multiple, significant injuries occur, it’s important to have quick access to a verified trauma center for treatment that offers the best possible chances for survival and recovery. Verification means that Parkview’s trauma centers meet or exceed national standards for the procedures used in treating traumatic injuries.
In 2000, the Parkview Trauma Center was initially verified by the American College of Surgeons, followed by the addition and verification of the Parkview Pediatric Trauma Center in 2003. Parkview achieved reverification for both these trauma centers in 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015, 2018 and 2022.
Our goal is always to provide the best trauma care to each adult and pediatric trauma patient. For verified trauma centers such as ours, four areas of activity are essential to achieving that goal: quality, registry, research and outreach/education.
A coordinated team of experts
Our team of specialists from a variety of disciplines is ready to spring into action when immediate medical attention and the latest trauma care techniques are needed.
Traumatic injuries require a highly orchestrated – and extremely well-rehearsed – approach to treatment. As verified Level II Adult and Pediatric Trauma Centers, we are able to deliver that response thanks to the teamwork of these specialists:
- Trauma surgeons
- Emergency physicians
- Orthopedic trauma surgeons
- Pediatric critical care specialists
- Pediatric surgeons
- Plastic surgeons
- Cardiovascular surgeons
- Trauma epidemiologist
- TNCC (Trauma Nursing Core Course) and CEN (Certified Emergency Nurse) nursing staff
We’re not only committed to saving lives by treating life-threatening injuries, but also by preventing traumas to reduce the number of individuals affected by them in the communities we serve. That’s why we’ve created a growing list of trauma prevention programs aimed at helping you and your loved ones avoid serious injury:
Most of these programs can include one or more of these components:
- Classroom or workshop presentations
- Individual instruction
- Printed educational materials
- Media campaigns
Parkview offers classroom presentations about drinking and teen driving as well as other topics for young adults and kids.