32nd Annual Hampton Roads Trauma Symposium

New Era, New Problems: The Latest and Greatest Preventative Measures in Trauma
Paramedics loading patient into ambulance

The 32nd Annual Hampton Roads Trauma Symposium will be held on Friday, April 19, 2024 from 7:00 am – 5:00 pm at the Williamsburg Double Tree by Hilton. Please join us for a day focused on New Era, New Problems: The Latest and Greatest Preventative Measures in Trauma.

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Location: Williamsburg Double Tree by Hilton
50 Kingsmill Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185

FROM RICHMOND/ I-64 EAST: Take Exit 242A to merge onto VA-199 toward Williamsburg/ Jamestown. Tale US-60 toward Williamsburg/ Busch Gardens. Turn right onto US-60E / Pocahontas Trail. Take third right onto Kingsmill Road. Hotel will be on the right.

FROM NORFOLK / I-64 WEST: Take Exit 243A for US-60. Turn left onto US-60 W/ Pocahontas Trail. Turn left onto Kingsmill Road. Hotel will be on the right.

Hotel Reservation Information:
For online reservations, click here.

Physicians - $150
Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant- $120
Nurse / EMS / Allied Health - $90
Full Time Student (Medical / Nursing / Allied Health / Resident) - $50 (Letter of Faculty Approval Required)
Exhibitors - $500

Registration: Registration is required. Please click on the yellow REGISTER HERE button below and complete the form. Registration is available until April 19, 2024.
Exhibitors will register on this site through Riverside by clicking the yellow REGISTER HERE button below. (Deadline for exhibitors to register is April 8, 2024). Exhibitor registration includes a table to showcase product/institution.

Walk-In Payments: Walk-In payments are accepted with cash or check payments only.
Refunds: Refunds are available until April 5, 2024, less a $10 processing fee.
Payment Types Accepted: Credit Card, Check, Inter-Company Transfer of Funds.

Checks payable to Hampton Roads Trauma Symposium.

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Symposium Objectives:
  1. Provide insight on the impact of trauma to our community.
  2. Address medical issues which impact care of the trauma patient.
  3. Discuss issues of trauma care at local and national levels.
  4. Identify prevention methods to decrease the incidence of trauma.

Committee Members:

  • Mary Clouatre, RN (RRMC)
  • Seth Craig, EMT-P (PEMS
  • Britney Ewers, RN (SWRMC)
  • Bryant Gray, MD (RRMC)
  • Lou Ann Miller, RN (RRMC)
  • Cassie Herman, RN (RRMC)
  • Daniel Munn, MD (RRMC)
  • Martin Payne, MD (RRMC)
  • Michael Player, EMT-P (PEMS)
  • Scott Reed, MD (RRMC)
  • Ashlee Stevens, RN (BSMIH)
  • Debbie Thomas, EMT-P (PEMS)
  • Britt Payne, RN (RRMC)

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This educational activity is supported via the host facilities. Disclosure of faculty and commercial relations will be made at the activity.
The target audience for this symposium is emergency physicians, trauma surgeons, physicians, RNs, EMS and other healthcare professional and providers interested in trauma care.
The Hampton Roads Trauma Symposium is sponsored by Riverside Regional Medical Center’s Department of Medical Education. It is hosted by Riverside Regional Medical Center, Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital, Peninsula Emergency Medical Services, Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center and Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital

This activity was designated for a maximum of 7 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

This activity has been submitted to Riverside Regional Medical Center for approval. Riverside Health System is approved as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the Virginia Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the America Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. Application has been made for EMS credit through the Virginia Office of EMS.

For questions, additional information or special dietary requests, please contact Cassie Herman, BSN, RN, TCRN at [email protected] or at 757-612-7213.