Level I Trauma Center in Wichita

If you or a loved one faces a life-threatening injury, come to Wesley Healthcare’s emergency room in Wichita. We are a Level I Trauma Center, as designated by the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma, which means our health system provides the highest level of surgical and emergency care to trauma patients.

In the case of an emergency, please call 911 immediately. For more information about our trauma center, please call (316) 962-3627.

As a Level I Trauma Center in Wichita, Kansas, we are prepared to treat any medical emergency and/or traumatic injury any time of day. We have trauma surgeons and specialized support staff available 24/7 to receive and treat trauma patients.

Wesley Healthcare provides immediate access to surgeons within a variety of medical specialties, including:

Level II Pediatric Trauma Center

Wesley Healthcare is also proud to be designated as a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center in Wichita. Wesley Children's Hospital offers exceptional, comprehensive pediatric trauma care to children of all ages.

Intensive care unit (ICU)

Depending on the trauma patient’s type of injury or condition, we may care for him or her in one of our specialized intensive care units after providing initial treatment. We also offer a pediatric intensive care unit within Wesley Children’s Hospital.

Our ICUs provide advanced technology, 24/7 monitoring and an expert medical staff that cares for the patient around-the-clock.

Physical therapy and rehabilitation

After a traumatic injury, such as an orthopedic injury, patients often require rehabilitation. Wesley offers a comprehensive rehabilitation program for adults and children, which includes physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, hand therapy, cardiac rehabilitation and neurological rehabilitation.

If rehabilitation is required, our dedicated, certified therapists will begin your therapy as soon as possible in the hospital. We also offer outpatient therapy, if the patent requires additional rehabilitation after discharge.