Welcome to SMRTAC!
We encourage collaboration between all caring for the members of our community affected by trauma, from the pre-injury to rehabilitation phase. While prevention is best, we recognize that morbidity and mortality are both decreased when trauma programs are implemented efficiently and executed well. This regional trauma advisory committee includes members responsible for pre-hospital to critical access care and finally definitive care. Since the Minnesota Commissioner of Health approval in 2009, we have grown and developed several practice management guidelines, educational opportunities, and initiated the first “train the trainers” for the Stop the Bleed program in Minnesota. Until we truly reach “Toward Zero Deaths” in Minnesota, we will continue to advocate for excellent care of the trauma patient. Please join us at our next meeting or contact us for more information!
Minnesota Preliminary Fatality Totals 2020
2020 Proved to be a Challenging Year on Minnesota Roads
Drive Smart and Take Driving Seriously in 2021
- According to preliminary numbers from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office of Traffic Safety, 397 people lost their lives in 2020 crashes, compared with 364 in 2019.
2025 Goal is to reduce traffic-related deaths to 225 or fewer…
YTD FATAL COUNT UPDATE
2021 YTD compared to 2020
SMRTAC General Meeting
The next scheduled meeting is Tuesday, December 14, 2021
Zoom Meeting and Agenda will be posted prior to the meeting
2021 SMRTAC Dates:
2/9/2021 5/11/2021 10/12/2021
3/2/2021 6/8/2021 9/14/2021
Host or Sign-up for a Stop The Bleed Course
This class is for anyone to learn wound compression and tourniquet application.
For information on how to sponsor or attend a free Stop the Bleed course contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Southern MN Regional Trauma Foundation (SMRTF) is designated as a non-profit organization!
The Internal Revenue Service has designated the Foundation as a non-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.