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.
These have been especially trying times for many in our community and across the state of Texas. It's more important than ever to check in on our friends, family, neighbors, and loved ones. A simple call or text can make a huge difference. Mental health awareness and suicide prevention has been in the news quite a bit lately. This is largely due to the increased burden many are experiencing. A great deal of that burden has been COVID-19 related.
If you or someone you know is experiencing hardship, please reach out for help.
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