Governor's EMS and Trauma Advisory Council

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Vision
A unified, comprehensive, and effective EMS/Trauma System for a healthy, safe Texas.

Mission
To promote, develop, and maintain a comprehensive EMS/Trauma System that will meet the needs of all patients and that will raise the standards for community health care by implementing innovative techniques and systems for the delivery of emergency care for the entire population.


Quick Links
GETAC Council and committee pages
Meeting Information- Travel links, dates, notifications, minutes and documents
Policies and Procedures

 

GETAC Council and committee pages

Council Members

Air Medical Cardiac Care
Disaster/Emergency Preparedness Education
EMS Injury Prevention
Medical Directors Pediatrics
Stroke Trauma Systems

 

Meeting Information

Quarterly meeting dates 2014

February 12-14
May 14-16
August 20-22
November 22-24

 

Current meeting notifications

No current notifications

All meeting notifications are tentative until the agendas are published in the Texas Register.
The listed notifications are being provided to you in advance in advance for travel planning purposes. For official and final open meeting postings, refer directly to the appropriate agenda posted on the
Texas Register Current Meeting Notices posting site.

 

Meeting documents
(Includes strategic planning, council and committees documents and agendas)

Current meeting documents

No current meetings

 
Reserve a hotel room (limited space available)
Quarterly Meeting Minutes
 
If you are unable to attend GETAC TETAF sponsors webcasts of quarterly meetings. 
Click here to view current and past webcasts.
 

Transportation links

The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport website

Austin maps

Austin weather

 

Policies and Procedures
GETAC Procedural Rules
Open Meetings Act Training 
GETAC Web Posting Policy


For more information, please e-mail us.

Go to the Office of the Governor website

 

External links to other sites are intended to be informational and do not have the endorsement of the Texas Department of State Health Services. These sites may also not be accessible to persons with disabilities.

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Last updated August 26, 2014