Trauma Surgeons Focus on Quick Assessment and Stabilization of Emergency Patients
Trauma surgery focuses on the rapid evaluation, resuscitation and stabilization of patients with multiple injuries. At CMMC, surgical expertise has been organized into a protocol-based, quick-response system that allows the hospital to provide high-quality, definitive trauma management. Since the program was established, statistical analysis of the treatment outcomes and survival for trauma patients indicates that the quality of trauma care at CMMC is equal to care offered at major metropolitan trauma centers across the country.
Visit the trauma section on the CMMC website to learn more.
The following trauma surgeons practice at Central Maine Medical Center:
B.A. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
General surgery, University of Illinois, Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center, Chicago
Critical care medicine, American Board of Surgery
Critical care medicine, shock trauma research, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh
B.S., University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, Calif.; M.S., Georgetown University, Washington
General surgery, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Ark.
Surgical critical care, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia
B.S., The College of New Jersey, Ewing, N.J.
Surgical, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia
B.S., University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind.; M.B.A., Temple Executive M.B.A. Program, Philadelphia
General surgery, Lankenau Hospital, Wynnewood, Pa.
Surgical critical care, American Board of Surgery
Trauma and surgical critical care, University of Pennsylvania Medical Center, Philadelphia