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

  1. Will have representation at 75% of regularly scheduled General Assembly meetings held.
  2. Will be electronically downloading information into the Trauma Registry.
  3. Will have representation at 75% of EMS Operations Committee meetings.
  4. Will demonstrate participation in at least one RAC-sanctioned prevention or community outreach activity annually and submit documentation of such.
  5. Will submit data and reports as requested by CTRAC and attend any EMS Operations committee meetings when the agency has a referral on the agenda.
  6. Will participate in one disaster preparedness drill per year.
  7. Will have Medical Director or designated physician participation at 75% of Medical Advisory Board Committee Meetings.
  8. Will pay annual CTRAC membership dues.
  1. Will have representation at 75% of regularly scheduled General Assembly meetings held.
  2. Will have representation at 75% of Hospital Care and Management and Emergency Preparedness and Response Committee meetings.
  3. Will have Medical Director or designated physician participation at 75% of Medical Advisory Board Committee Meetings.
  4. Will demonstrate participation in at least one RAC-sanctioned prevention or community outreach activity annually and submit documentation of such.
  5. Will be electronically downloading information into the Trauma Registry.
  6. Will attend any Hospital Care and Management and/or Emergency Preparedness and Response Committee meeting when the agency has a referral on the agenda.
  7. Will submit data and reports as requested by CTRAC.
  8. Will participate in 75% of scheduled preparedness activities.
  9. In the event of emergency healthcare activation, will participate as required by the Health and Medical Annex of the County Emergency Operations Plans and/or the Health and Medical Appendix of the Regional Response Plan.
  10. Will pay annual CTRAC membership dues.
  1. Will have representation at 75% of regularly scheduled General Assembly meetings held.
  2. Will have representation at 75% of Emergency Preparedness and Response Committee meetings.
  3. Will attend any Emergency Preparedness and Response Committee meeting when the agency has a referral on the agenda.
  4. Will submit data and reports as requested by CTRAC.
  5. Will participate in 75% of scheduled preparedness activities.
  6. In the event of emergency healthcare activations, will participate as required by the Health and Medical Annex of the County Emergency Operations Plans and/or the Health and Medical Appendix of the Regional Response Plan.
  7. Will pay annual CTRAC membership dues.
  1.  Will have representation at 75% of General Assembly Meetings.
  2. Will participate in a minimum of one standing committee and will have representation at 75% of the committee meetings.
  3. Will pay annual CTRAC membership dues. This may be accomplished through committee needs assessments.
  4. Each member entity will participate in an annual regional needs assessment each year. This may be accomplished through committee needs assessments.
  5. Each member entity that does not pay their annual dues to CTRAC may become ineligible to vote and ineligible to receive funds and/or resources from the CTRAC. An entity seeking such an exception must submit, in writing, a request for the exception and provide documentation to support the request.
  6. Each member entity must meet the requirements of CTRAC Bylaws to remain eligible to receive funds and/or resources from CTRAC.
  7. Exceptions to the above requirements may be considered by the Board on an individual basis. An entity seeking such an exception must submit, in writing, a request for the exception and provide documentation to support the request.

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