Indiana’s trauma care system falls short in rural counties; will money in the budget be enough?

Read Part 1 here. WINAMAC, Ind. — When it’s time to move a patient from this town’s six-bed emergency room to a larger hospital specializing in trauma care, Brandon DeLorenzo sometimes has to wait.  The Pulaski County emergency medical services director can typically spare one of his two ambulances to make the 1 hour and … Continue reading Indiana’s trauma care system falls short in rural counties; will money in the budget be enough?