ABOUT US

TraumaLink is a volunteer-based emergency response system  to reduce the number of deaths and injuries on the highways.  Our service model utilizes an emergency hotline number, a 24/7 call center, and volunteer first responders recruited from the local community who are trained in basic trauma first aid and provided with necessary medical equipment like stretchers and bandages. LEARN MORE

TRAUMALINK HAS DEVELOPED A SCALABLE AND SUSTAINABLE MODEL TO SAVE LIVES AFTER TRAUMATIC INJURIES. SO FAR WE HAVE:

               545 Volunteers

Responded to almost 1100 incidents

Operating in 135 km area with 24/7 call center

Provided emergency first-aid to over 2300 injured patients

WHAT WE DO

Injured patients are much more likely to survive if they receive treatment quickly.  Fortunately, within the first hour after injury, simple medical treatments can be highly effective at preventing paralysis and death. This critical window is known as the “Golden Hour” and is the period of time during which TraumaLink First Responders work. LEARN MORE

Recent News

::::Coordination meeting between Eliotganj Highway Police Fari and TraumaLink in Cumilla::::

To share views and exchange on road traffic incident of Dhaka Chittagong highway, a coordination meeting between Eliotganj Highway Police Fari and TraumaLink was held on 03 November’19 at 10.30 am. 38 volunteers of TraumaLink of Daudkandi & Chandina, Cumilla area were present. They are mainly responsible to give free first aid care from Putiya, Daudkandi to Kather Pul, Chandina in Cumilla. Md. Monirul Islam, Police Inspector, In charge of Eliotganj Highway Police Fari, Daudkandi, Cumilla and Mr. Mohammad Hossain, Area Coordinator, TraumaLink were also present in the important meeting.

We would like to thank our volunteers for their great work and dedication.

 

  

TraumaLink @ the Media

On 27th of May 2019, The tragic injury of Police Constable Parvez Hossain, winner of the Bangladesh Police Medal, fills our hearts with enormous sadness. However, we also feel great pride knowing that our brave volunteer Abdul Hai was able to provide him with life-saving care. We remain grateful to you for your support, without which this life-saving endeavor couldn’t have been undertaken. Some of the national newspapers have featured our TraumaLink name in this news. These are The Daily Janakantha, The Dhaka Tribune, The Bhorer Kagoj.

 Click Here to View TraumaLink on Media

Important Crash News of October’19

On 28th October 2019, a serious incident took place near Titu Munshi Bari, Lazir, Daudkandi, Cumilla at 06:30 am. A covered van was travelling towards Dhaka hit a brick loaded truck from the back. There were four labor on the truck who fell down and got critically injured. Unfortunately, one person died on the spot. TrumaLink’s volunteer Hasina Akter & Md. Nazrul Islam reached the spot quickly, provided first aid treatment to the injured persons and then sent them to Madhaya General Hospital.

We would like to thank our volunteers for their undying efforts, dedication and courage and for providing the service at the right moment.

MEMBERSHIP SUBSCRIPTION PLAN

TraumaLink’s vision is to  save lives by providing free first aid treatment to highway  traffic injury victims. If you belief in our cause and want to get involved then  subscribe to be “TraumaLink’s  Member”.  TraumaLink has developed a “Membership Subscription Plan” for  organizations who is keen to come forward and support us in saving lives. Click here to learn more. 

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