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High Point Regional Health System Receives Level III Trauma Designation Renewal Certificate

2/11/2010

High Point Regional Health System Receives Level III Trauma Designation Renewal Certificate

High Point Regional Health System received its Level III Trauma Designation Renewal Certificate on February 10th, 2010 at the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services quarterly Advisory Council meeting.

High Point Regional Health System is excited to be re-designated a Level III Trauma Center, said Meg Cashion, Emergency Department manager at High Point Regional. "This re-designation is another example of High Point Regional's commitment to providing exceptional health services to the people of this region."

Level III Trauma Center means:
-High Point Regional serves communities that do not have immediate access to a Level I or II Trauma Center
- Level III Trauma Centers provide prompt assessment, resuscitation, emergency operations and stabilization and also arrange for transfers to a facility that can provide definitive trauma care
- General Surgeons are required in a Level III facility
- Plan of care for these facilities require transfer agreements and standardized treatment protocols

High Point Regional's Level III designation is granted for the maximum four year period.

Click here to download a hi-res photo of Meg Cashion, Level III Trauma Center Spokesperson.


Media Contact:

Chad Campbell (336) 878-6200
High Point Regional Health System

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