Trauma Services

Trauma Services

With expert surgeons and specialists available 24/7, Elliot Hospital, a designated Level II Trauma Center, offers the region technologically advanced, emergency and trauma care.

Access to quality care when you need it most.

Elliot Hospital is a Level II Trauma Center, verified by the American College of Surgeons, specializing in the care and rehabilitation of the critically injured through comprehensive surgical and medical specialties. The department provides specialized trauma care around the clock in two state-of-the-art trauma bays, utilizing a team approach to care led by emergency physicians and board-certified trauma surgeons who consult with specialists from related fields, such as anesthesiology, neurosurgery and orthopedics.

We are committed to helping patients access the appropriate level of care in a safe, timely, and coordinated manner. We guide patient through seamless transitions between each phase of care, integrating existing resources to deliver superior evidence-based care and achieve positive patient outcomes.

Our Approach

The Elliot Level II Trauma Center is staffed with board certified Emergency Medicine physicians and surgeons with advanced training in trauma care. In addition, throughout The Elliot, nurses in the Emergency Department, OR, and ICU receive specialized training in trauma care and many of our nurses have achieved national recognition in Trauma, Emergency, Operative and Critical Care. Our staff keeps up-to-date on the latest advances in the care of trauma victims. The Elliot also serves as the resource hospital for thirteen local Emergency Medical Service providers.

The Elliot’s trauma team is comprised of experienced professionals in trauma, emergency medicine, neurosurgery, orthopedic trauma, critical care, anesthesia, interventional radiology, lab & imaging, respiratory, pharmacy, social services, pastoral care and more.  


Prevention and reduction of injury in our community is paramount to our mission. We collaborate with various community entities including schools, senior centers, and churches to provide education and resources to prevent injury. 

Programs include helmet safety, seatbelt safety, car seat safety, distracted driving and walking, and Stop the Bleed education.

If you would like to learn more about community events or how the Elliot Trauma Program can support your safety needs please reach out to our Injury Prevention Coordinator, 
Tanya Flagg, BSN, BA, RN, TCRN, at or by calling (603) 663-2588.  

Our Trauma and Acute Care Surgery (TRACS) team is available for follow-up visits and appointments to ensure a full continuum of care.  

Lindsey Whelan
Trauma Program Manager

Amber Bechard
Trauma PI Coordinator

Jill Tewksbury
EGS PI Coordinator

Vicky Seager
Trauma Analyst

Amanda York
Trauma Registrar