Floyd Medical Center in Rome is getting close to $2 million in state funds to be used for trauma care in the region. Floyd Medical Center is one of nine Level II Trauma care centers in the state. Governor Perdue earmarked around $58 million for Trauma care centers in Georgia in the 2008 supplemental budget. The troubled Grady Hospital in Atlanta will receive the largest portion of the money, around $12 million. Floyd Medical Center CEO Kurt Stuenkel was appointed by Governor Perdue to serve on the Georgia Trauma Care Commission.