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Trauma Care

Learn about the trauma care services available at Scripps Health in San Diego.
Scripps Health has 24/7 trauma centers at Scripps Mercy San Diego (level 1) and Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla (level 1) serving all of San Diego County.
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Continuing Medical Education (CME)

Scripps Health offers evidence-based and clinically relevant continuing medical education (CME) courses in a wide variety of specialties.
Event: The 2016 San Diego Day of Trauma

Agenda SD Day of Trauma 2016

Event: The 2023 San Diego Day of Trauma

Agenda The 2023 San Diego Day of Trauma


Dunn Breast Care Center

Dunn Breast Care Center offers advanced, comprehensive breast care, including digital mammography, breast MRI and biopsies.
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An Orthopedic Surgeon and his patient looking over some images pertaining to the young patient's ailments.
Scripps Health is a national and trusted leader in orthopedic care. Get the care you need now to stay healthy and active.
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Elbow, Wrist and Hand Injury Treatment

As a national leader in elbow, wrist and hand surgery, Scripps Health has the experts to help you through pain, injury and comprehensive recovery.
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Occupational Therapy

Scripps occupational therapists in San Diego help people re-learn daily tasks, like driving, getting dressed or using a computer, after serious illness or injury.
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Balance and Vestibular Therapy

Scripps Health in San Diego offers vestibular rehabilitation for dizziness and balance disorders.
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Foot and Ankle Surgery

Let Scripps Health guide you through foot and ankle surgery into comprehensive recovery. Our trusted experts care for sprains, fractures, rehab and more.
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Spine Surgery

Excellence in spine surgery starts here. Scripps Health experts can help you address back and spine issues and see you through recovery.
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Hip Replacement Surgery

Thinking about a hip replacement? Learn what’s causing your hip pain and take our assessment to see if you’re a candidate for surgery.
News | August 16, 2022

What Is a Trauma Center?

A trauma team rushes a patient in a gurney down a hospital hallway.
Scripps operates two Level 1 trauma centers that provide highly specialized care to more than 3,500 critically injured patients every year.
News | February 24, 2022

Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla Elevated to Level 1 Trauma Center

Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla has been verified as a Level 1 trauma center, the highest designation awarded by the American College of Surgeons (ACS).
News | January 19, 2018

Noted Surgeon Joins Scripps La Jolla to Lead Trauma Medicine

Walter Biffl, MD, a noted Scripps Clinic trauma surgeon and researcher, has been named trauma medical director at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla.
For Health Care Professionals > Graduate Medical Education (GME) > Residency Programs

Scripps Mercy Podiatric Residency

Scripps Mercy Hospital in San Diego offers a three-year podiatric residency program accredited by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education.
Research > Areas of Research

Orthopedic Research

Dr. Darryl D’Lima conducting orthopedic research
Scripps is leading some of the world’s most advanced orthopedic clinical trials at the Shiley Center for Orthopaedic Research and Education in San Diego.
News | August 30, 2012

American College of Surgeons Verifies Scripps Mercy as Level 1 Trauma Center

Scripps Mercy Hospital’s San Diego campus was recently verified as a Level 1 Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons' Verification Review Committee.
News | March 23, 2011

Scripps Health Receives Highest Level of Accreditation for Medical Education

Scripps Health is pleased to announce that it has received its accreditation with commendation as a provider of continuing medical education by the Accreditatio
News | August 18, 2010

Article in Journal of the American College of Surgeons Reveals Cracks in U.S. Trauma Care

Scripps surgeon Dr. Brent Eastman discusses his 2010 article in Journal of the American College of Surgeons on the poor state of U.S. trauma care.