The trauma care has attempted trial the causes of accidents. One of the finding that road accident occur not due to the lack of law, but due to the negligence, carelessness and to follow the law. It is our pleasant pleasure that the centre could train more than 10000 during the course of its short journey.
The Trauma Care had its inception in 2004 at the Govt. District Hospital, now the Govt. Medical College Manjeri. Its Real station was due to the reinterring and selfless effort of Dr. Abdul Jaleel, the Superintend of the hospital and a famous Pediatrician. Sri. K. P. Pratheesh and Adv. C.M.A Nasar. This team prepairs the guidelines of the centre. Subsequently a 14 member committee has constituted and unanimously selected Sri. Adv. Naseer, KP Pratheesh and Dr. Jaleel as the President, Secretary and the Treasurer respectively. This team has been amply supported and encouraged by the Collector of Malappuram Sr. Sivashankaran IAS, whose dedication to the course of Trauma Care is praiseworthy.
The second phase in the history of the centre was the formal registration with the proper and sincere assistance and guidelines form the District Trauma Care Calicut, the centre was registered in 2005. It was registered as 124 with President, District Panchayath, District Collector, Superintend of Police, Regional Transport Officer, District Medical Officer as ex- offices as Chief Patrons. Sri. Adv. Ummer, then the District Panchayath President Sri Najeeb - MVI had taken personal attention and involvement for the smooth functioning of the centre.
The formal inauguration of the centre was held on 6-01-2005 and Sri Sivashankaran IAS inaugurated the activities of the Trauma Care at the Manjeri Sabha Hall. The first training class for the volunteers was held at Prashanthi Hospital, Manjeri and it was inaugurated by the district Panchayath President Adv. M Ummer.
This was followed by the training to the police and they were provided with the basis of first Aid, Road Safety etc. as to save the lives of the accident victims.
Fist Aid as the term suggests has to offered immediately after the accident. The first hour of an accident called "Golden Hour" which is crucial the life of an accident victim. Pursing this hour, in accordance with the availability of the local resources one has to try oneself to save the victim from further injuries and pain so as to save this life. The first three minutes after the accident is known as " Golden Moments" which should be completely be used to provide artificial breath to sustain the life.
The centre observed the 'World Road Accident Victims Day' on the third Sunday of the every November. In 2011 this program was inaugurated by Sri. Anil Kumar, The Hon'ble Minister of Tourism and Youth Affaires, Govt. of Kerala.
The Centre has also taken steps to arrange classes for the bus and light vehicle drivers on 'Road Safety and First Aid. Dr. Shanavas from EMS Co-Operative Hospital, Perinthalmanna led the classes.
In the next year 2012, the state level programme of World Road Accident Victims Day was hosted by RTO and the centre at the Woodbine Auditorium, Manjeri. It was inaugurated by Sri. Aryadan Muhammed, The Hon'ble Minister of Transport and Power, Govt. of Kerala. It was followed by training session to the drivers. The centre also involved itself in promoting blood donation service. According the volunteers of the Trauma Care donated blood to the blood bank of the Manjeri District General Hospital. Girl Volunteers also came to force for donating blood. The Trauma Care is also planning to set up a Disaster management Volunteer Team. The Care envisages to organize a team of mentally sound, physically fit selfless youth between 18 – 35 to address the accident
The trauma care has attempted trial the causes of accidents. One of the finding that road accident occur not due to the lack of law, but due to the negligence, carelessness and to follow the law.
It is our pleasant pleasure that the centre could train more than 10000 during the course of its short journey. Our dedication to the course of saving life and hence to the society has been amply rewarded, when the then Minister Sri. Jose Thettayil has given away mementoes acknowledging the selfless service to humanity. This is feather in our cap and a boost to our activities.