Dedicated, independent areas for emergent evaluation for both adults and children contain cutting edge technology and specialty trained staff is available around the clock. Trauma surgery specialists are board certified or board eligible in both general surgery and surgical critical care, and provide state of the art, comprehensive care for a wide variety of critical illnesses and injuries. For patients requiring referral from areas remote from New Haven, Critical Care ground and helicopter transportation are available.
Yale-New Haven Hospital's Trauma Center manages all critically injured patients through its critical care services; and treats patients with surgical emergencies both in the Emergency Department and in the hospital. These clinical missions are performed by a dedicated group of trauma and surgical critical care physicians who provide around the clock, in-house coverage 365 days a year.
The Trauma Center serves the state of Connecticut and the northeast and is a leader in trauma system development within the state. There is 24-hour in-house coverage by specially trained senior trauma surgeons and prompt availability of subspecialists needed to adequately respond and care for various forms of trauma, including:
- Trauma surgeons
- Surgical critical care physicians
- Adult and Pediatric orthopedic surgeons
- Adult and Pediatric neurosurgeons
- Plastic surgeons
- Ear, nose and throat surgeons
- Pediatric surgeons
- Adult and Pediatric anesthesiologists
- Adult and Pediatric emergency medicine specialists
- Oral and maxillofacial surgeons
- Pediatric critical care specialist
Yale-New Haven Hospital is committed to preventing injuries. To learn what you can do to keep safe, contact Pina Violano at Pina.Violano@ynhh.org.