We work to put an end to preventable deaths from sepsis.

End Sepsis
  • Sepsis and wounds

    How to Handle Summer Scrapes to Prevent Sepsis

    Memorial Day Weekend is just around the corner, signaling the unofficial kickoff to summer! As we gear up for the season, we wanted to take a moment to share the following from our friends at The Care Partner Project. We were honored they featured Rory’s story in their most recent newsletter on summer, scrapes & […]

  • 7th Annual Forum on Sepsis, September 13th, 2023

    Join the 7th Annual National Forum on Sepsis, presented by End Sepsis, The Legacy of Rory Staunton, in Washington D.C. on September 13, 2023. This forum provides a historic opportunity to consolidate recent policy gains and capitalize on the significant momentum in addressing the sepsis crisis. By instituting a national approach, we can achieve significant […]

  • What is sepsis

    Advances That Could Change Patient Care

    This recent article by the American Hospital Association (AHA) delves into three groundbreaking advancements identified by the Association of American Medical Colleges. These advancements are designed to empower healthcare providers to address some of the most complex diseases, including Sepsis. We wholeheartedly agree with their findings, and we find their focus on Sepsis particularly compelling. […]

  • Who We Are

    END SEPSIS is a movement of families and individuals who demand better infection education and hospital safety measures to ensure there are no more needles deaths from sepsis.

  • Advocacy

    END SEPSIS is the leading sepsis advocacy organization in the United States affecting real change through policy measures. Join us in our work to spread awareness and advocate for better sepsis policy.

  • Governor Cuomo


    Sepsis protocols have been proven to reduce deaths from sepsis and lower healthcare costs. The implementation of sepsis protocols in every hospital in the country is a central mission of End Sepsis.

  • 1.7M

    1,700,00 Americans get sepsis annually.
  • 1 in 3 patients who die in a hospital have sepsis.
  • 350K

    350,000 Americans die from sepsis every year.