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Trauma System/Injury Prevention Program Home > Indiana's Trauma System > Trauma Registry Rule Trauma Registry Rule

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Governor Pence signed the Trauma Registry rule into law on October 25, 2013. It requires all pre-hospital (EMS) transport providers, hospitals with emergency departments and the State's seven rehabilitation hospitals to report trauma cases to the ISDH trauma registry. The rule became effective November 24, 2013. The rule was preliminarily adopted by the ISDH Executive Board in January 2013 and a public hearing was held July 29, 2013. The full text of the Trauma Registry rule can be found at:

The following hospitals have submitted data to the Indiana Trauma Registry quarterly since Quarter 1 2013:

Quarter data submissions since Quarter 1 2013

The following rehabilitation hospitals have submitted data to the Indiana Trauma Registry:

  • Community Health Network

  • Community Howard

  • Rehabilitation Hospital of Fort Wayne

  • Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (Indianapolis)

  • Franciscan St. Elizabeth

The ISDH Trauma and Injury Prevention Division is planning statewide training events for all those required by the rule to submit data. If you are interested in receiving training on the trauma registry, contact Trauma System Performance Improvement Manager Ramzi Nimry,, 317-234-7321.

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