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Oregon Trauma Systems Reports
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The Oregon Trauma System Reports are one of many components in our continuing commitment to assess and reshape Oregon's trauma system and to improve patient care. These reports are intended to assist health professionals who provide public education, to assist local and state leaders in understanding and evaluating the delivery of trauma care in Oregon, and for those interested in learning more about one of the most serious public health problems in the State of Oregon.

This informative report contains statistical information about traumatic injuries and trauma care in Oregon. Information used to compile the Biennial Report is obtained from the Oregon Trauma Registry, Department of Transportation, Criminal Justice Division, and death certificates.

2010 - 2011 Oregon Trauma Registry Report

The data in this report tell an important story about the critical services provided by EMS and Trauma Systems to Oregonians every day. Read the 2010-2011 Oregon Trauma Registry Report (pdf).


2004 - 2005 Biennial Report (all files are PDF)

Complete Report
1. Introduction and Table of Contents
2. Trauma Care System Development
3. Trauma System and Patient Profile
4. Emergency Medical Resources
5. Trauma Hospital Resources Utilization
6. Pediatric Trauma Patients
7. Geriatric Trauma Patients


2002 - 2003 Biennial Report (all files are PDF)

Complete Report
a. Executive Summary
1. Introduction and Table of Contents
2. Trauma Care System Development
3. Trauma System and Patient Profile
4. Emergency Medical Resources
5. Trauma Hospital Resources Utilization
6. Pediatric Trauma Patients
7. Geriatric Trauma Patients