Emergency Medical Operations Department

The Emergency Medical Coordination Department supports the region through coordinating and implementing TSA-E’s plans and solutions for regional disaster preparedness and response for our Healthcare Coalition Partners. The department oversees all the operations of the TSA-E Medical Coordination Center (EMCC) to include the following: Activations & Coordination Center Operations, Communications (routine and emergent), Corrective Action Planning, Crisis Applications Administration, Emergency Medical Task Force 2 Program Oversight, EOP Implementation, Surveys and Data Analysis, Training & Exercises.

The Communications and Operations support coordinator provides support, deployment, development, and training for all communication assets within NCTTRAC. The position is also tasked with running Communications Drills, providing hardware and software support, and implementation of appropriate system maintenance and upgrades for all communications related systems.

Regional support capacity continued to be built in the second five - year program to enable interaction between Healthcare Coalition members, and emergency management officials in jurisdictions, public health, and the state. Some of these critical improvements supporting the Healthcare Coalition have included the development of robust crisis application tools that have enhanced regional communication, centralized data collection, emergency status tools, and alert / notification capability.

  EMTF 2

The Emergency Medical Task Force (EMTF) Project was developed by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) to create a network of regionally based medical disaster response teams.
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To meet the HPP Healthcare Coalition capability requirements, HPP sub recipient hospitals are encouraged to complete a series of performance measures to be eligible for sustainment and regional project benefit. The NCTTRAC performance measures for current YR 13 HPP include: HPP YR 12 End Of Year Assessment, monthly communications drills, periodic No-Notice DSHS Whole Bed Requests, and participation in a regional functional-level exercise with submission of appropriate After Action Report documentation on file with NCTTRAC.

The North Central Trauma Regional Advisory Council strives to continuously improve healthcare systems within our region through its Training and Exercise program. Our staff is constantly locating and developing trainings to assist the region in achieving their goals of preparedness, support, and response.


24/7 Emergency Line:

Email Address:

Radio Frequencies:
145.350, 145.490, 147.040, 442.400, DFW-Wide, DFW CONNCT

(817) 607-7075

(817) 608-0399
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