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Indiana Official Discusses Need for Statewide Trauma Network

Better accessibility for rural areas a major concern


 
 

Megan Erbacher, CourierPress.com | | Tuesday, June 5, 2012


EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Treating trauma patients in rural areas is exceptionally challenging, Art Logsdon, director of the Division of Trauma and Injury Prevention for the Indiana State Department of Health, said Monday.

More than 50 people turned out to hear Logsdon discuss the state's plan to build a statewide network of trauma centers during a "listening session" at Evansville's Central Library.

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