After Fred Halstead was rear-ended by a car going 70 mph, he was rushed to The Rees-Jones Trauma Center at Parkland and treated for a concussion, severely broken wrist and cracked ribs.
He had never been to Parkland as a patient and soon realized the Level I trauma facility doesn't just treat injuries. Parkland focuses on a patient’s recovery, rehabilitation and re-entry into a healthy, active life. For Fred, that meant healing, getting back to playing golf, exercising and spending time with his grandchildren.
The Rees-Jones Trauma Center was built with one mission in mind - to save your life. We are combining a long-standing tradition of providing the best in critical care with a new state-of-the-art facility geared toward finding innovative ways to save lives.
Parkland cares for patients with 24-hour in-house coverage by general surgeons who are also trained in the specialties of trauma and critical care. With a spacious floor plan that allows caregivers plenty of space to operate and technology that speeds the delivery of supplies, every aspect of the Rees-Jones Trauma Center is engineered toward getting a patient to the life-saving care needed as quickly as possible.
With an ever-increasing population, the center must be prepared to efficiently handle the influx of patients seeking emergency care.
Your gift to the Rees-Jones Trauma Center will help us continue to provide life-saving care for patients throughout their journey to recovery.
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