Program Highlights

Physician Certification & Training

Our Trauma Medical Director is trauma fellowship-trained and board-certified in surgical critical care, and all our trauma surgeons are board-certified and receive trauma-specific continuing education annually. All of our surgeons are also ATLS-verified and most are instructors.

Trauma Rounding

The attending trauma surgeon, residents and the trauma nurse practitioner conduct comprehensive daily rounds on all our trauma patients. The team collaborates with the trauma sub-specialists to optimize coordinated care.

Follow-Up Care

Upon discharge, our patients receive follow-up care in the Trauma Clinic. This clinic is staffed by an attending trauma surgeon, surgical residents and the trauma nurse practitioner.

Inpatient Rehabilitation Center

For patients who need ongoing care, our CARF-accredited inpatient rehabilitation center provides intensive therapies that promote optimal recovery.

For more information about all that our Inpatient Rehabilitation Center has to offer and to see if it is right for you, visit the Mount Carmel Inpatient Rehabilitation Page.

Injury Prevention/Outreach Program

Our injury prevention/outreach program focuses on preventing future patient injuries and offering public/professional education. That includes working with the Mount Carmel Falls and Balance Program, offering balance assessments and Tai Chi classes and contributing to the Fearless Falling research study.

Mount Carmel Crime and Trauma Assistance Program

Since trauma survivors often suffer injuries that go beyond the physical, Mount Carmel helps facilitate mental and emotional recovery through education, empowerment and therapeutic intervention. CTAP accepts both internal and external referrals.

Sexual Assault Certified RNs

We have a certified Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) on staff to provide careful, personal, comprehensive care for sexual assault survivors.

Certified Primary Stroke Center

As a Joint Commission-designated Primary Stroke Center, we provide the critical care necessary to meet the specialized needs of stroke patients and improve long-term outcomes.

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To make a transfer, call 614-546-GOMC (4662) or 855-695-1436.