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Virginia Trauma Centers
All licensed hospitals are required by the Code of Virginia to submit data on their trauma cases to the Virginia Statewide Trauma Registry. Of those 100 licensed hospitals, 15 have been designated as a trauma center.

HospitalAddressTrauma Level
Carilion Medical Center 1906 Belleview Avenue
Roanoke, VA 24014
I
Inova Fairfax Hospital 3300 Gallows Road
Falls Church, VA 22042
I
Sentara Norfolk General Hospital 600 Gresham Drive
Norfolk, VA 23507
I
University of Virginia Medical Center J1215 Lee Street
Charlottesville, VA 22908
I
VCU Health System 1250 East Marshall Street
2nd Floor, Suite 2-300, P.O Box 980510
Richmond, VA 23298
I
Centra Health - Virginia Baptist & Lynchburg General 3300 Rivermont Avenue
Lynchburg, VA 24503
II
CJW Medical Center 7101 Jahnke Road
Richmond, VA 23225
II
Henrico Doctors' Hospital 1602 Skipwith Road
Richmond, VA 23229
II
Mary Washington Hospital 1001 Sam Perry Boulevard
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
II
Riverside Regional Medical Center 500 J. Clyde Morris Boulevard
Newport News, VA 23601
II
Valley Health Winchester Medical Center 1840 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
II
Carilion New River Valley dba St. Albans 2900 Lamb Circle
Christiansburg, VA 24073
III
CJW Medical Center 7101 Jahnke Road
Richmond, VA 23225
III
LewisGale Hospital Montgomery 3700 South Main Street
Blacksburg, VA 24060
III
Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital 1060 First Colonial Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23454
III
Southside Regional Medical Center 200 Medical Park Boulevard
Petersburg, VA 23805
III

Last Updated: 09/30/2016
In Virginia the process of designation is entirely voluntary on the part of the hospitals. It is meant to identify those hospitals that will make a commitment to provide a higher level of care for the multiple injured patients and who welcome public acknowledgment of that capability. Knowledge of trauma care capabilities with improved field categorization and prehospital capabilities through trauma triage plans will help all those involved in the trauma care delivery system make decisions that are in the best interest of the patient.

Virginia Trauma Center standards are based upon national standards put forth by the American College of Surgeons and the American College of Emergency Physicians. The Virginia standards are reviewed and updated based on changes in the national standards as well as the evolving needs of the Trauma System in Virginia.
Level I (Highest Level)

Level I trauma centers have an organized trauma response and are required to provide total care for every aspect of injury from prevention through rehabilitation. These facilities must have adequate depth of resources and personnel with the capability of providing leadership, education, research and system planning.
Level II

Level II trauma centers have an organized trauma response and are also expected to provide initial definitive care regardless of the severity of injury. The specialty requirements may be fulfilled by on-call staff, that are promptly available to the patient. Due to limited resources, Level II centers may have to transfer more complex injuries to a Level I center. Level II centers should also take on responsibility for education and system leadership within their region.
Level III

Level III trauma centers, through an organized trauma response, can provide prompt assessment, resuscitation, stabilization, emergency operations and also arrange for the transfer of the patient to a facility that can provide definitive trauma care. Level III centers should also take on responsibility for education and system leadership within their region.


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