Navy Trauma Training Center (NTTC)
The Los Angeles County + University of Southern California (LAC+USC) Medical Center provides an ideal trauma training environment with over 25,000 trauma evaluations and over 6,000 trauma admissions annually. LAC+USC is a 650-bed Level-1 Trauma Center, located just east of downtown Los Angeles. The medical staff at LAC+USC is comprised of world-renowned teaching faculty as part of the Keck School of Medicine. NTTC is committed to providing didactic and clinical trauma exposure that enhances personal and team knowledge and skills. The course is designed to afford rotators the opportunity to work alongside LAC+USC and NTTC staff as teams caring for critically ill and injured patients. The 21-day training schedule includes clinical shifts, formal didactics, case discussions, simulator training, and fresh tissue dissection labs.
Important Information. Please Read First.
NTTC course has undergone a revision and is now ONLY accepting Role II Surgical Teams i.e. FST, ERSS…that MUST attend as a group. Teams MUST include: (1) surgeon, (1) anesthesia provider, (1) OR Nurse (1) ICU Nurse (1) Surg Tech and (1) Respiratory Tech & any other 6 associated clinical team member
Due to limited capacity and staffing, we no longer offer applications for individual training and currently do not have a replacement course.
If your deploying Role II unit is interested in attending an upcoming NTTC course or have additional questions, please contact us at:
1. Team attendance is not confirmed until a roster is submitted and approved.
2. NMOTC will be contacting your Command's credentialing department to acquire your ICTB if selected for training. Please contact your credentialing office once you have applied to NTTC to ensure your credentials are up to date and in order.