Regional Trauma Registry
The Tristate Trauma Coalition (TSTC) Regional Trauma Registry maintains demographic, clinical and outcome data that can be used to improve trauma care in the region.
Regional Trauma Registry
The Council collects and analyzes this trauma and injury data from participating hospitals in the region. The Council’s Trauma Committee is then able to use the information to make recommendations that help improve the overall trauma care throughout the region. The Trauma Registry’s 2011 Annual Report is now available and can be downloaded from the Health Council’s Public Reports page.
- A regional registry provides several benefits to participating hospitals and the public. When a trauma registry exists at a regional level:
- Hospitals can receive their own data for trending purposes.
- Hospitals can use the regional data to benchmark their effectiveness against other hospitals in the region.
- Participation allows for quality improvement and quality assurance to improve care delivered to trauma victims in the Tristate.
The Tristate Trauma Coalition has partnered with Hamilton County Public Health to provide a quarterly analysis and synopsis on factors related to Injury Prevention in Hamilton County.
March 15, 2012, Volume 1, Issue 1: Unintentional Poisonings on the Rise
June 15, 2012, Volume 1, Issue 2: Intentional Injuries
October 19, 2012, Volume 1, Issue 3: Falls Issue Brief
State Trauma Registry
The TSTC Regional Trauma Registry serves as a repository to the State Trauma Registry to facilitate the transfer of trauma data as mandated by law. Confidentiality of patients and hospitals is maintained within the Regional Registry and when exporting required data to the State Registry.
- Tristate Trauma Coalition Participating Hospitals
- Adams County Regional Medical Center
- Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
- Clinton Memorial Hospital
- Highland District Hospital
- The Jewish Hospital – Mercy Health
- McCullough Hyde Memorial Hospital
- Mercy Health - Anderson Hospital
- Mercy Health - Clermont Hospital
- Mercy Health - Fairfield Hospital
- Mercy Health - Mt. Airy Hospital
- Mercy Health - Western Hills Hospital
- University of Cincinnati Medical Center
Regional Trauma System
- Hospitals in the Tristate that are Accredited Trauma Centers by the American College of Surgeons (ACS):
- University of Cincinnati Medical Center – Level 1 Adult Trauma Center
- Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center – Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center
- Atrium Medical Center – Level 3 Trauma Center
- Bethesda North Hospital – Level 3 Trauma Center