Membership Information

Our success across the region is a direct result of the tremendous work from our membership. Each member brings a unique perspective, skillset, and healthcare champions that help to advance the CTRAC Mission. Contact us today to if you are interested in becoming a member.

Membership benefits:

  • Regional collaboration with emergency healthcare stakeholders
  • Networking with service-specific professionals; e.g. stroke or trauma professionals have a local forum to discuss and share best practices
  • Designation survey consultation and support
  • Exclusive price breaks on select products
  • Mediation between and among healthcare entities and providers
  • Information repository for a multitude of State-related maters such as news, pertinent legislative updates, and other relevant data
  • Equipment check-out in lieu of purchasing; e.g. Stop the Bleed Trainer, MinnieAnne CPR Manikins
  • Participation in regional exercises
  • Participation in regional performance improvement projects
  • Access to exclusive free or discounted training opportunities
  • Ambassador of local issues in statewide forums, workgroups, committees, or organizations

A member entity must pay annual CTRAC membership dues to CTRAC. Dues are assessed as follows:

  • Hospitals - $1,000
  • Air Medical - $1,000
  • EMS - $600
  • Other Member - $175

Failure to pay annual dues will result in inactive membership of that member entity. Dues must be paid in January of each year. New member entities that join during the middle of the year may receive a prorated rate at the discretion of the CTRAC Executive Committee.

Participation Requirements

Central Texas RAC Members

Emergency Management