We assessed our level I trauma center's employees' perception of inter- and intradepartmental relationships to determine whether employees who work less often with patients feel less involved-the silo effect. We prospectively evaluated employees who provide direct patient care using the Trauma System Survey tool. Of 1155 employees, 699 responded. Combined interdepartmental relationships showed that 93% believed their unit communicated well with other units, and 86% thought other units communicated well with their unit. However, 69% experienced miscommunication between units. To reduce silos, communication is key. Training and multiunit events may help reduce these silos further.