Hospital participates in voluntary review program to ensure delivery of high-quality trauma care
The American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee on Trauma (COT) has verified Central Florida Regional Hospital as a Level II Trauma Center. Designated as a Level II trauma center by the state of Florida in 2015, Central Florida Regional Hospital recently underwent a voluntary review by the COT’s Verification Review Committee (VRC) that confirmed the hospital’s demonstrated commitment to providing the highest quality trauma care.
“While Central Florida Regional Hospital’s trauma center already has Level II designation, we wanted to take it a step further by voluntarily seeking verification from the ACS Committee on Trauma,” said CEO Trey Abshier. “Opportunities for review by some of the nation’s experts in trauma care confirm we are doing everything we can to meet patient needs. It is one more way we demonstrate our commitment to providing the highest quality care to our most critically injured patients.”
Central Florida Regional Hospital’s Level II trauma center offers around-the-clock surgeons and specialists, ensuring rapid access to timely care for acute patients. In addition to the trauma team, physician specialists, medical personnel, equipment and facilities are available 24 hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week for immediate or follow-up treatment.