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Public Service Announcement: Stay Attentive When You Drive

TraumaOne sees more patients from car crashes than all other reasons combined. Don’t be our next statistic. Stay attentive when you drive. Hands on the wheel. Eyes on the road. This message brought to you by Shands Jacksonville, home of TraumaOne.

A Night for Heroes 2013: Sam Bellett

When Sam Bellett woke up that dark summer morning, his future couldn’t have been much brighter. He had just turned 16 and was a week away from starting his junior year in a rigorous academic program at Mandarin High School. He had recently earned a spot on the cross-country…

A Night for Heroes 2012: Jacob Fulford

Jacob Fulford is living proof of the power of a mother’s intuition. After falling off his bike, the 12-year-old Clay County boy was cleared at the scene, but his mother Peggy knew something wasn’t right. After taking him to a hospital in Orange Park, Jacob was airlifted to TraumaOne…

Disaster Preparedness Education and Training

Disaster Management and Emergency Preparedness, Basic Disaster Life Support, and Advanced HAZMAT Life Support Provider and Instructor courses are the foundation for preparing and responding to disasters. These courses are now being offered at Shands Jacksonville to provide a more convenient way for healthcare professionals to acquire the skills…

First Coast News: TraumaOne

First Coast Fridays is a special segment featured on WTLV First Coast News at 12:30 p.m. every Friday followed by the noon broadcast. Host, Charlene Shirk highlights people, places and happenings that make Jacksonville, Florida a great place to live, work and play.