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Don’t put off the essential care you need because of COVID-19. We continue to safely schedule office appointments, surgeries and procedures so you can get the care you need now. We can even help you find a doctor.

For everyone's safety, masks are required for everyone in our facilities. This includes visitors and patients (except in special circumstances).

Injury Prevention

Trauma-related injuries are the leading cause of death ages 1-44 in the United States. The financial, physical, and emotional impacts from the injuries touch every aspect of our lives. Bryan Trauma provides outreach and injury prevention programs focusing on our most common causes of injury for the community.

Safety Tips

ATV

ATV Safety

All-Terrain vehicles have become very popular for use with agriculture, farming and recreational activities. It is vital to know how to keep yourself, your children and others safe when operating an ATV.

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Bike and helmet safety

Bike and Helmet Safety

When out on a bike or other equipment such as skates, scooters, skateboards or sleds, wearing a helmet will keep you safe and injury-free. These tips will help ensure your helmet fits just right. Always make sure to be mindful while you're having fun!

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Firework Safety

Firework Safety

Summer is a time for barbeques, parades, outside activities and fireworks. However, a joyful celebration can quickly become a painful, traumatic event with a fireworks injury. Take steps to protect yourself and those you love.

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Water safety

Water Safety

About 10 people die from unintentional drowning every day. Of these, two are children age 14 or younger. Drowning ranks fifth among the leading causes of unintentional death in the U.S. See these water safety tips to protect yourself and those you love.

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Fall

Fall Prevention

Every 11 seconds an elderly person is treated in the emergency room for a fall. Falls can happen at anytime and it is important to be prepared. If you believe that you or a loved one are at risk, use these resources so you can take action to prevent a fall.

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Classes and screenings to reduce your risk of falling: Learn More

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