It's 2020! A new year can be the beginning of new habits. That's why we recognize a Healthy New Year at the outset. There's never a bad time to get started on good habits and why not use the start of a new decade as a springboard for self-improvement.
While we're still in the middle of a Texas winter it's important for those spending time outdoors to take steps to prevent illness or injury due to prolonged exposure.
To reduce death/disability related to acute illness and injury by providing infrastructure and leadership necessary to sustain an inclusive acute care, trauma, emergency medical, and disaster system in all phases within our Trauma Service Area.
To be a lead Regional Advisory Council in the State of Texas that achieves improved quality of life by reducing morbidity/mortality for emergency healthcare conditions within our Trauma Service Area.