The Vanderbilt University Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care handles almost 3,000 acute trauma admissions annually. We need your help to continue providing these patients with the best possible care.
With over a decade of active service, the LifeFlight helicopters make over 2000 flights annually. LifeFlight and the Stallworth Rehabilitation Center allow patients to remain within the Vanderbilt system from the time of injury until their return to work. The trauma program at Vanderbilt is unique in that surgical residents gain exposure to the problems of both urban and rural trauma care. This comprehensive approach to trauma care and surgical critical care provides powerful research and educational opportunities for residents interested in a career in trauma surgery or surgical critical care.
In addition to the active clinical program, the division supports injury prevention, ongoing research opportunities, and continuing medical education programs for Advanced Trauma Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support.
Give online to the Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care. The fund name will automatically appear as your 'Area of Support', so you will not need to adjust the 'Other' drop-down box or 'Allocation Description' unless you would like to give to another area of the medical center or university.
Make checks payable to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center and mail to:
Division of Trauma
Vanderbilt Gift Processing
2301 Vanderbilt Place
Nashville, TN 37240-7727
Looking for a meaningful way to honor someone special or show appreciation for great care? Consider making a tribute gift to the Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care.
Want to learn more about giving to the Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care? Contact Development and Alumni Relations at (615) 936-0230 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center is a non-profit academic medical center that relies on many funding sources to sustain our mission and impact our society. Learn more about giving.