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The Georgia Trauma Commission Wishes a Happy EMS Week to Our EMS Colleagues

"National Emergency Medical Services Week brings together local communities and medical personnel to honor the dedication of those who provide the day-to-day lifesaving services of medicine's frontline."

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Georgia Trauma Commission

Region 1 & 8 RTAC Coordinator Contractor Positions Available

RTAC Coordinator Region 1 and 8 Position Open


Save the Date

Don't miss our Day of Trauma at St. Simons this year!

Registration and Room Reservation Now Open

Upcoming Meetings


GQIP Quarterly Meeting/TMD Committee Meeting

Combined GQIP & TMD Virtual Meeting


Georgia Trauma Commission Meeting

Madison /

Georgia Trauma Commission Meeting. Please email any event questions to [email protected].

The Georgia Trauma Care Network Commission coordinates the best use of existing trauma facilities and directs patients to the best available facility for treatment of traumatic injury.


The Georgia Trauma Commission is dedicated to improving the health of injured Georgians by ensuring access to quality trauma care, coordinating key trauma system components, and educating trauma care providers across the multidisciplinary continuum.


The Georgia trauma system will become a top-tier trauma system that provides the highest quality care and education through discovery and innovation.


  • Stewardship Manage resources responsibly and bring value to patients and taxpayers
  • Integrity Demonstrated through accountability, ethical behavior, transparency, and reliability
  • Inclusivity Ensure teamwork, collaboration, and inclusion of a diverse stakeholder group

Grant and Program Highlights

Stop the Bleed

Stop The Bleed is a national campaign that offers emergency trauma care training to the public.

Bleeding Control Kit

Eligible trauma network centers, healthcare providers, agencies, and program partners can apply for funds and resources.