The highest level of care for the most serious and life-threatening injuries.
TRAUMA RESOURCES Doctors Locations

When you or a loved one is experiencing perhaps one of the hardest days of your lives, we are here. We offer life-saving care for severely injured patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The chance of survival is greatest if treatment is given within the first hour following injury. We provide the highest level of comprehensive care for patients of all ages with complex traumatic injury.

Patient transfer

If you are a health care provider and wish to transfer a patient to Nebraska Medicine:

  • Call 402.559.BEDS (2337) and ask for the emergency medicine physician on duty
  • Patient transfers are available seven days a week, 24 hours a day

For family and friends

If you have a friend or family member being treated, you may find the following links helpful:

Our Locations

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  • Trauma education opportunities

    Health care providers may benefit from the following courses. Please direct any questions to trauma@nebraskamed.com.

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  • Care far beyond what emergency rooms offer

    A trauma center is not the same as a hospital emergency department. Emergency services are only part of a comprehensive trauma program. This means that patients brought to Nebraska Medicine have immediate access to trauma surgeons, operating rooms and highly skilled specialists.

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  • Level I Trauma Center

    This designation by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) means the Nebraska Medical Center not only provides the hospital resources necessary for trauma care, but also the entire spectrum of care to address the needs of all injured patients.

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  • What is a hospital-based violence-intervention program (HBVIP)?

    Hospitalization offers a unique window of opportunity for intervention after a violent injury.

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