CIT is a private non-profit organization
whose focus is on improving outcomes for people who become suddenly ill
or who are injured in rural areas of the U.S. and around the world. We
are staffed by a unique blend of individuals who come from a variety of
academic and experiential backgrounds but share a common passion for the
preservation of rural life. CIT is a highly collaborative organization,
believing that answers to health care challenges in rural areas will not
come in isolation but in cooperation. We are governed by a world class
board of directors who guide and support the activities of the
organization. CIT is a non-membership organization that relies on
grants, contracts and private donations to continue its mission.
| Mission Statement | Vision
Statement | Staff & Board of Directors
CIT History ~
Founded in 1986, the non-profit Critical Illness and Trauma (CIT)
Foundation has dedicated itself to the Prevention of injury and
illness, Research into rural injury and illness and Training
for rural emergency medical care providers. Collaborating with public and
private agencies regionally, nationally and internationally, the CIT
Foundation has achieved remarkable success.
Our Mission ~
To improve the general well-being of those at risk for, or affected by,
critical illness or trauma by facilitating the evaluation and
dissemination of existing and emerging health promotion strategies in
prevention, emergency care and recovery.
Our Vision ~
The Critical Illness and Trauma Foundation is committed to preventing
emergencies and improving the outcomes of suddenly ill or injured persons
Incorporating advancing technology into
medicine, while maintaining a balance between such technology and
Enhancing research and data analysis to promote
evidence-based strategies that will optimize the provision of health
Creating education and training opportunities to benefit both
the providers and recipients of care.
CIT strives to improve public wellness,
operating in a manner that will maintain the public trust.
Critical Illness & Trauma Foundation
300 N. Willson, Suite 3002
Bozeman, Montana 59715
fax 406. 585.2741
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