Trauma Center

Trauma patient arriving at Orange Regional Medical Center by helicopter.

Trauma Center

Orange Regional Medical Center's Trauma services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days out of the year to treat the most severely injured patients. Led by our Trauma Program and Acute Care Surgery Medical Director, Mohammad Siddiqui, MD, MBA, FRCS, FACS, the trauma team consists of experienced physicians, advance practice providers and ancillary staff, who are highly skilled in the care of injured patients.

We are committed to providing our patients with exceptional care through the continuum from Outpatient, Emergency Department, and Rehabilitation services -- with the goal of returning the patient to their pre-injury level of function and restoring them to a high quality of living.

From when your arrival to our Trauma Center to follow-up visits and rehabilitation, our highly experienced clinical staff members are trained to triage the individual healthcare needs of every patient and provide comprehensive, coordinated care, including but not limited to:

Orange Regional's Trauma Center is recognized by the New York State Department of Health and is currently working under the guidelines of the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma to become a Verified Trauma Center. We have the staffing, facilities and procedures needed to provide comprehensive, coordinated care for the most severe illnesses and injuries.

When You Arrive at Our Trauma Center

Patients being treated by ORMC's trauma team.
Conveniently located and easy to access, our Emergency Department offers designated rooms for trauma services and devoted rooms for children’s emergent care. Upon your arrival, a severely-injured trauma patient will go directly to one of our fully-equipped, dedicated trauma bays housed in a special treatment area of the Emergency Department.

Through prompt evaluation and resuscitation, using state-of-the-art equipment, life-threatening injuries can be diagnosed rapidly and immediately treated under the direction of one of our Board-certified trauma surgeons. When necessary, the patient can be transported within minutes to the operating room.

Should a patient be in need of a higher level trauma care, our team will coordinate the patients care and transportation to another facility in our region.

Should you have any questions about your stay at Orange Regional Medical Center or about planning to visit a family or friend who is a patient, do not hesitate to contact us at 845-333-1000.

In any emergency situation, please remember to call 911.

Injury Prevention

Parent getting a car seat safety check at Orange Regional Medical Center through the injury prevention program.
The goal of our Injury Prevention Program is to identify and try to eliminate the causes of preventable injury, unsafe behaviors and conditions.