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Trauma Education for Providers

All course dates are subject to change due to COVID restrictions and recommended precautions.


Date and Location

Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
Contact: [email protected] or call 423-778-6705

ATLS: For doctors who infrequently treat trauma, the ATLS course provides an easy-to-remember method for evaluating and treating the victim of a traumatic event. For doctors who treat traumatic disease on a frequent basis, the ATLS course provides a scaffold for evaluation, treatment, education, and quality assurance. In short, ATLS is a measurable, reproducible, and comprehensive system of trauma care. Students are expected to read the ATLS Manual prior to the class. *

Each student course is limited to 24 providers. 

2-Day Student Courses

April 21–22, 2022
June 16–17, 2022
Aug. 18, 2022
Aug. 18–19, 2022
Oct. 20–21, 2022
Fee: $875

ATLS Refresher Course: Erlanger Trauma Services offers an ATLS Refresher Course in conjunction with the two-day ATLS student courses. This course provides doctors with current ATLS certification the ability to maintain their certification status. Erlanger Trauma Services highly encourages physicians who take the ATLS Refresher Course to be experienced in the frequent provision of trauma care as class content includes review of Core Changes in ATLS Content, with Skills Stations & Scenario Review only prior to testing. Students are expected to read the ATLS Manual prior to the class.

Each Refresher Course is limited to 16 providers.

1-Day Refresher Courses

April 22, 2022
June 17, 2022
Aug. 19, 2022
Oct. 21, 2022
Fee: $600

Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses (ATCN)
Contact: [email protected] or [email protected] (call 423-778-6742)

ATCN: The ATCN course is offered in conjunction with the ATLS program for physicians. This two day course is recommended for nurses with at least 18 months of trauma experience. Nurses attend components of the ATLS program with physicians and participate in interactive skill stations including initial assessment, head trauma, hemorrhagic shock, and pediatric trauma.  The stations emphasize a systematic, collaborative approach to the initial management of trauma patients.

Each ATCN Course is limited to 18 participants

2-Day Student Courses

April 21-22, 2022
June 16-17, 2022
Aug. 18-19, 2022
Oct. 20-21, 2022

Trauma Nursing Core Course (TNCC)

To register call 423-778-8390 or contact: Adrienne Chamberland: [email protected] or Courtney Gross: [email protected]

All classes held at Erlanger Baroness Hospital except as noted.

May 18-19, 2022
July 21-22, 2022
Sept. 21-22, 2022
Nov. 3-4, 2022 (Murphy, NC)
Nov.17-18, 2022
Dec. 7-8, 2022

Rural Trauma Team Development Course
To schedule this course at your facility, contact Regena Young at 423-778-5620 or [email protected]

Available upon request
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Erlanger’s Trauma Symposium
May 26, 2022

Educational Classes adapted to your facility’s needs, i.e., chest tube, central line insertion, etc.

Available upon request

Matter of Balance Training Courses to help older adults reduce their risk of falling. Please contact Regena Young ([email protected]) or 423-778-5620 if your agency is interested in hosting an MOB class series.

Available upon request

Matter of Balance (MOB) Coaches Training Session
Join us for this free training session to become Matter of Balance Coach. You'll learn to lead this evidence-based program to help older adults and individuals with disabilities overcome their fear of falling, learn strengthening exercises and identify interventions to help reduce the risk of suffering a fall. Anyone can become a MOB Coach! You do not have to be medical/nursing personnel. MOB Coaches are asked to help teach a MOB Course once a year to maintain their Coaches status and meet the community need. Erlanger will provide scheduling and content support.

Please contact Regena Young ([email protected]) or 423-778-5620 if your agency is interested in hosting an MOB training session. 

Available upon request

Stop the Bleed – Bleeding Control Classes
Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign to educate first responders and the general public on how to stop severe bleeding and potentially save lives in an emergency. Erlanger Health System provides these classes free to the public. If you would like to request a course be provided for your church, business, school, or community group please submit a request. 


Available upon request