Responsibilities include reviewing the budget requests from hospitals, EMS, standing committee and any ad hoc committees which may submit such requests; recommending a proposed annual budget for the RAC and submitting it to the Board.
Responsibilities include education of prehospital and hospital providers, receive and review applications along with conducting surveys.
Collaborate to identify needs and trends of the neonatal population in the RAC-R region.
Mission The mission of the Injury Prevention/Public Information Committee of the is to effect change in decreasing injuries through education and to promote prevention efforts in illnesses and injuries through committee initiatives.
Mission The mission of the Patient Care and Transportation Committee is to Provide an open environment conducive to collaboration and coordination between providers and stakeholders of issues, concerns, and ideas for improvement in the transport and care of the of injured and ill patients. This committee also reviews the Trauma Plan.
RAC-R is a non-profit (501(c)(3) organization governed by a Board of Directors elected by the membership.
The Texas Department of Health officially recognized the Regional Trauma Advisory Council for Trauma Service Area-R on May 6, 1993. RAC-R encompasses the following counties: Brazoria, Chambers, Galveston, Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Liberty, Newton and Orange.
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