Regions Hospital was the first hospital in Minnesota to be verified as both a Level 1 Adult and Pediatric Trauma Center. That means we were the first to meet strict standards for providing adults and kids with the highest level of care. We’re the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the east Twin Cities metro, serving the Upper Midwest. And we’re one of just three Level 1 Trauma Centers in the Twin Cities that can take care of your family in one place. Board certified trauma doctors, emergency specialists and nurses are on staff 24 hours a day to help people in the Twin Cities and western Wisconsin. Our care team includes internationally recognized trauma surgeons and specialists in burn, spine, orthopedics, neurosurgery and more. It even includes mental health professionals who are specially trained to help you and your family cope during a crisis.
Trauma care starts in the ER. Get info for emergency visitors or call to find a loved one.
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We partner with Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare to provide the highest level of care possible for your child. It’s located just down the hall on the Regions Hospital campus. Kids who get care in the emergency center are admitted to Gillette for ongoing care and rehabilitation. The trauma surgeons and specialists who cared for them when they first arrived continue to care for them. From treatment to rehabilitation, they get expert care all in one place.
Research sets Regions Hospital apart. We’re always looking at how we can make your care – and recovery – even better. That’s why our traumatic injury doctors conduct clinical research in eight specialty areas. These include emergency medicine, emergency medical services, intensive care and trauma. Research helps us improve care. And we share our results nationally so that other hospitals keep getting better, too.
We partner with community fire departments to ofer a program called “Remembering When.” This program teaches both fire and fall prevention, as well as a home safety checklist. The National Fire Protection Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention developed the program.
Michael McGonigal, MD, Regions Director of Trauma Services, and his colleagues can review trauma cases with your hospital. Request an education session by calling our Trauma Clinical Care and Outreach Coordinator at 651-254-2143.
This free program for older drivers teaches you how to make your personal vehicle fit you better. The goal? To help keep you safe on the roads. The American Occupational Therapy Association, AAA and AARP developed the program.