Up-to-the-Minute Mass Casualty Information

UMC is the only Level I Trauma Center in the state of Nevada, offering the highest level of care in the state. When there is a mass casualty incident, patients will be transported to UMC. Our media relations team is committed to providing the most accurate updates to the media, while protecting patient privacy and allowing patient care to be UMC’s No. 1 priority.
 In the case of a disaster or mass casualty, this area of the website will be updated by UMC’s media relations team as news occurs.

Latest News

UMC unveils new playroom for pediatric burn patients

University Medical Center unveiled a new playroom within the Lions Burn Care Center earlier this week, dedicating it to one of the hospital's longest-standing volunteers.

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Should you get the new COVID-19 vaccine? UMC medical director weighs in

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has given the green light for a fresh wave of COVID-19 booster shots, set to roll out later this week. The new booster shot is designed to target a specific virus variant

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UMC Foundation hosts 3rd annual Gift of Hope 5k, Field Day

Hundreds of Las Vegas community members stepped up to help patients in need. The UMC Foundation kicked off its 3rd annual Gift of Hope 5k and Field Day at Cornerstone Park on Saturday.

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Stanley Cup, Vegas Golden Knights make special visit to UMC

The Stanley Cup, accompanied by the Vegas Golden Knights members, made a special visit to UMC Hospital, offering staff and local first responders a unique opportunity to take photos with the iconic trophy.

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