Trauma Survivors Network - provided by ATS

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Flagstaff Medical Center

One of the great things about living or visiting Northern Arizona is knowing excellent healthcare is available. Flagstaff Medical Center, a member of Northern Arizona Healthcare, has provided patient-centered care and improved the health of its community since 1936. FMC is licensed by the State of Arizona and accredited by DNV Healthcare, the newest hospital accreditation organization deemed by Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services to accredit hospitals. Flagstaff Medical Center is a 273-bed, not-for-profit hospital, governed by a volunteer board of directors. We invest in our community hospital to ensure we are providing the best and safest care, close to home. We provide key services including a regional trauma center; cardiovascular center and open-heart surgery; high-tech imaging; a cancer center; surgical services; orthopedic services; women, infants' and children's services and more. Flagstaff Medical Center is a state-designated Level I Trauma Center; one of eight Arizona hospitals designated a Level I Center by Arizona Department of Health Services. FMC is the only Level I Trauma Center north of Phoenix. With a team of trauma surgeons, physicians, nurses and support staff available 24 hours a day, seven days of the week, adult and pediatric trauma patients are ensured the highest quality life-saving care during and after their stay at the hospital. Traumatic injury is the number one cause of death for people under the age of 45 years and the fourth leading causes of death for all ages. Flagstaff Medical Center's trauma program is dedicated to providing the best possible treatment to assist in the recovery process of each patient. The comprehensive program includes coordinated emergency and pre-hospital care; air and ground emergency transport services; in-hospital emergent care; surgical services; social work and care coordination services; respiratory, speech, massage, physical and occupational therapies; imaging and radiology  services; laboratory and blood bank; and dedicated intensive care units staffed by physicians and staff specialty trained to care for trauma patients. FMC also is dedicated to reducing and preventing injury. The hospital collaborates and works with other community agencies to reduce preventable injury before it occurs.

Upcoming Programs & Events

Stroke Support Group

3rd Thursday of Every Month • 1200-100pm

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Northern Arizona Spinal Cord and Brain Injury Support Group

1st Tuesday of Every Month • 2:00 pm-3:30 pm

First Tuesday of the month. Call 1-928-266-2140 for information Co-Facilitator: Al White -928-699-2916 Learn more

Prescott Valley Spinal Cord Injury Support Group

1st Thursday of every month • 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Prescott Valley Spinal Cord Injury Support Group meet once a month. Call 1-928-759-8800 for more information. Learn more

Brain Gym for Brain Injury Patients


Brain Gym may help optimize brain performance. Based on a series of 26 movements, Brain Gym is designed to promote a more efficient mind-body connection. FREE CLASSES COMING SOON TO NORTHERN ARIZONA. *** If you are interested in this class, please contact the person listed below**** Learn more

TSN National Trauma Survivor Day

May 17th 2017 • 1100-1300

May 17th 2017 is TSN National Trauma Day. It is a day to celebrate survivors of traumatic injuries. 2017 Theme is "Tell your story". Individuals or groups can use Instagram, Twitter or Facebook to tell their stories or celebrate a survivor. You can go to and print out the flyer, take a selfie and upload to social media with #survivorstong. You can also email your picture to ATS at We will also celebrate at FMC cafeteria from 11am-1pm with cake. Learn more

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Carra Henscheid henscheid Email Coordinator

1200 N. Beaver St.
Flagstaff, Arizona, 86001

work: 928-779-3366 ext 14278


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