Chair........................................................................ Lori Robb, BSW - Hillcrest                             

Vice Chair................................................................ Steven Clinkscales, AEL                       
Secretary................................................................. Sarah Wyatt, Limestone Medical Center 
Treasurer................................................................. Justin Pond, BSW - Hillcrest 

Immediate Past Chair............................................ Vacant
Hillcrest representative......................................... Dr. Ted Smith
Providence representative.................................... Chris Courtney
Rural Hospital representative................................. Janice Markwardt, Hill Regional Hospital

City of Waco representative................................... Chief Bobby Tatum, Waco Fire
Rural EMS representative........................................ Dennis Clark, DVM, West EMS
First Responder representative............................... Vacant
Emergency Management Member-at-Large........... Leigh Ann Moffett, Baylor University

Physician-at-Large..................................................... Dr. Jon Daniell, Premier ER
Community Member-at-Large.................................. Chief Tony Cain, City of Hillsboro
Community Member-at-Large.................................. Kenneth Harris
Community Member-at-Large.................................. Vacant

What is a RAC?
Board of Directors

Regional Advisory Councils (RACs) are the administrative bodies responsible for trauma system oversight within the bounds of a given Trauma Service Area in Texas. Each of the 22 RACs is tasked with developing, implementing, and monitoring a regional emergency medical service trauma system plan. Generally, RAC stakeholders are comprised of healthcare entities and other concerned citizens with an interest in improving and organizing trauma care. As such, not every Regional Advisory Council is structured the same. However, each RAC has the same objectives – to reduce the incidence of trauma through education, data collection, data analysis and performance improvement. Typically, this is accomplished via the provision of educational programs and performance improvement efforts designed to offer every provider guidance and motive to reduce the incidence of trauma, as well as improve outcomes of trauma patients.