OhioHealth Trauma has partnered with OhioHealth EMS to provide easy access to information about trauma services. Trauma now has a dedicated tab on the OhioHealth EMS website. You can find information about each of the trauma centers, the services they provide, and how to contact them.
Visit ohiohealthems.com/trauma or email email@example.com to connect directly with OhioHealth Trauma. We are waiting to hear from you!
Every day, EMS are there for us—for our families, for our friends, for our communities. Many times these brave men and women may go unnoticed. They are working behind the scenes of a fire or on the side of the road at a car crash. At OhioHealth, we recognize and salute their efforts, sacrifice and bravery. We see them as our partners, respected colleagues and friends. Recently, our area EMS have suffered some great losses. Some of these courageous men and women died in the line of duty; while others faced job and personal challenges.
Our hearts and prayers go out to all in the EMS community. If you see an EMS, fire service, or emergency care provider, please thank them. If interested in grief and loss workshops, contact OhioHealth EMS at (614) 566-9111. If you or a loved one are suffering from grief or want to talk to someone call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at (800) 273-8255. The Code Green Campaign is a first responder mental health advocacy organization. Visit CodeGreenCampaign.org for resources.
From Franklin County Public Health:
“Volunteer to be an actor who is injured at a mock riot that occurs at a rally in the area and help Franklin County hospitals test their response capabilities to large scale events. When: April 2 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Where: Start and end location is the Grove City Church of Nazarene (4770 Hoover Rd. Grove City 43123) Anyone 18 and older can volunteer for this exercise. Please sign up at myfcph.org/mrc to volunteer.”