Tennessee Trauma Care System Plan, part III.

Abstract

Tennessee implemented a statewide trauma care system in 1988. This system serves the state of Tennessee and supports eight neighboring states. The demographics and geography of Tennessee have ensured that nearly all residents have rapid access to the trauma care system. However, since 1988, many changes have occurred in healthcare in general, and trauma care in particular, that point out problems and issues with the Tennessee trauma care system. Therefore, the Tennessee Trauma Care Advisory Council has developed this Trauma Care System Plan to look at needs and opportunities for the future of trauma care in Tennessee. This plan will be presented in four segments: History, Administrative Components, Operational Components, and Clinical Components.

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@article{Phillips2005TennesseeTC, title={Tennessee Trauma Care System Plan, part III.}, author={Joseph B Phillips and Donald Barker and Blaine L. Enderson}, journal={Tennessee medicine : journal of the Tennessee Medical Association}, year={2005}, volume={98 5}, pages={229-31} }