The University of Virginia Division of Trauma and Emergency General Surgery provides patient care services for traumatic injury in central Virginia.
Under the direction of Jeffrey S. Young, M.D. and J. Forrest Calland, M.D., the service is covered by a Chief Surgical Resident, two Critical Care Residents (PGY 2), two Interns (PGY 1), and two Nurse Practitioners. The service also cares for general surgical and critical care burn patients.
The Adult Trauma Service admits approximately 600 severely injured patients per year. The Pediatric Trauma Service admits approximately 175 patients between the ages of 0 – 17 per year. These patients are cared for by the Division of Pediatric Surgery and pediatric intensivists. There are approximately 1600 injury admissions per year to the medical center.
UVA received a Level I Trauma Center designation by the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1983, and undergoes reverification and designation every three years. The Trauma Program functions as an entity within the Clinical Care Services of the UVA Health System.
Pegasus (In Virginia) 1-800-552-1826
Pegasus (Outside of Virginia) 1-800-882-4354
UVA Emergency Dept. 434-924-0211
Trauma Service Office 434-924-1770
Jeffrey Young, MD, Trauma Director 434-982-3549
Trauma Chief Resident 434-924-0211 (page chief or beeper #1560)
Trauma Catchment Area
The UVA Trauma Service serves central Virginia, and certain areas of eastern West Virginia.
Counties in the primary service area (for ground and air transport) include:
Counties in the secondary service area (usually Pegasus transport) include: