Patient & Visitor Alert: Because flu cases are on the rise, starting February 24, children 12 and younger will be restricted from visiting hospitals and certain inpatient facilities throughout Carolinas HealthCare System. Learn more.
A Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) is a legislative group representing trauma care providers and the community, affiliated with a Level I or II trauma center. It provides regional planning, development, implementation and evaluation of a coordinated trauma system.
A hospital may choose to join more than one RAC; if so, however, that hospital is required to designate a primary RAC.
To properly staff the North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services (NCOEMS) team to meet regional requirements, local Bioterrorism Preparedness Coordinators have been hired throughout the region
Follow established mission objectives
Develop mission statement and goals
Active community involvement and regional networking with such groups as: