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American Trauma Society, PA Division (ATSPA) is dedicated to reducing the devastating toll
that trauma takes on
the lives of all people. ATSPA
strives to help all Pennsylvanians survive and lead healthier lives
through its trauma
Our Mission Statement
ATSPA is a non-profit trauma prevention education organization dedicated
to reducing suffering, disability and death due to trauma.
Materials are free of charge to Pennsylvania residents, businesses and
organizations. If you are from outside of Pennsylvania and would
like to request resource information, please contact the National ATS
Office at 1(800)556-7890, (301)574-4300,
For the National American Trauma
Society's Trauma Registrar and Trauma Program Manager events
For more information
on receiving our new concussion program "Dangers
of the Unknown" (which includes a video,
brochure, poster and clipboard) or information regarding our older
adults falls program "A Matter of Balance,"
please contact the ATSPA office at 717-766-1616.
The American Trauma Society, Pennsylvania Division is delighted and
proud to be chosen as the Pennsylvania Future Business Leaders of
America (PA FBLA) 2012-2013 State Project. Please visit
www.pafbla.org for more information on PA FBLA and our
PA FBLA advisers and members, please call 717-766-1616 or email
email@example.com for event and material requests.
Congratulations to Jack and Pina Templeton for
receiving the Crystal Award from the Ladies Committee of the Union
League of Philadelphia! To read about who they are, and what
they have done as incredible doctors and generous people click
The Crystal Award
Are helmets just for
bicyclists? No. They can be used for many sports and activities,
especially in the winter. Contact ATSPA to purchase a helmet for $10
and get a free helmet fitting. Stay safe this winter season!
A game that kills?
ATSPA's new brochure
"The Choking Game"
helps explain why adolescents are participating in the
dangerous activity often called "choking," what makes it so unsafe,
how to prevent it, and other information.
the brochure here or contact ATSPA.
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