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Trauma Survivors Network

The MUSC Health Trauma Survivors Network is a community of patients, families, health care providers, and volunteers who are looking to connect with one another and rebuild lives after a serious injury. In collaboration with the American Trauma Society, MUSC Health offers programs and resources to help patients and families manage their recovery and improve their lives.

Level 1 Trauma Center
MUSC Health is a Level 1 trauma center—the highest level of trauma care available. We are prepared 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to offer immediate care for life- and limb-threatening injuries, and provide trauma patients with instant access to the most advanced technology, surgical suites, and critical care services, which can make all the difference in saving lives and decreasing disabilities.

For additional information about MUSC's Trauma Survivors Network (TSN) program, contact the TSN Coordinator at 843-792-8401 or email traumasurvivors@musc.edu.

Trauma Survivor Stories

Additional Patient Stories

Outdoorsman Credits Telehealth in his Recovery from Serious Hunting Accident

Health care teams with the MUSC Health Trauma Resilience and Recovery Program use telehealth to assess a patient’s mental health following a traumatic injury and connect patients with mental health therapists.