Welcome to the Mid Carolina Trauma RAC website.

About the Region:

The Mid Carolina Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) is one of eight (8) RACs located in North Carolina. UNC Hospitals, a Level I trauma center centrally located in the state, is the lead agency of the Mid Carolina region. The geographic area of the Mid Carolina RAC is broad, sweeping from the NC-VA border in Warren County to the NC-SC border in Richmond County.

The Mid Carolina RAC is formed of stakeholders from thirteen (13) regional hospitals, EMS systems, public health partners, and community agencies located in the following eleven (11) North Carolina counties: Alamance, Chatham, Cumberland, Hoke, Montgomery, Moore, Orange, Richmond, Sampson, Wake, and Warren.

The Mid Carolina RAC collaborates with other NC RACs to help form the North Carolina Trauma System, the State Trauma Advisory Committee (STAC), and serves as a vital component of the State Medical Response System (SMRS).

*Please click here for information about our 26th Annual May Day Trauma Conference.

 

 

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Upcoming Events

  • 18April2015

    State Medical Assistance Team (SMAT) Initial Training Course: Garner

    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    *Register for this course “State Medical Assistance Team (SMAT) Initail Training Course (SMRS0001)” at https://terms.ncem.org

    This is a two day course being held on Saturday & Sunday.

    The State Medical Assistance Team (SMAT) Initial Training Course is required for all SMAT team members. This course is designed to meet guidelines established by the NC Office of Emergency Medical Services for the purpose of ensuring mission readiness, safety and team cohesiveness. Course participants must either be a current member of an SMAT Team or have successful course completion as a requirement prior to joining an SMAT Team. This course includes the following nine (9) modules include: Introduction, Overview & History, Responder Safety & Health, Infection Control, All Hazards, Communications, Deployment Readiness, Mass Casualty, Hazardous Materials, and Base Camp Operations.

  • 25April2015

    State Medical Assistance Team (SMAT) Initial Training Course: Roper

    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    *Register for this course “State Medical Assistance Team (SMAT) Initail Training Course (SMRS0001)” at https://terms.ncem.org

    This is a two day course being held on Saturday & Sunday.

    The State Medical Assistance Team (SMAT) Initial Training Course is required for all SMAT team members. This course is designed to meet guidelines established by the NC Office of Emergency Medical Services for the purpose of ensuring mission readiness, safety and team cohesiveness. Course participants must either be a current member of an SMAT Team or have successful course completion as a requirement prior to joining an SMAT Team. This course includes the following nine (9) modules include: Introduction, Overview & History, Responder Safety & Health, Infection Control, All Hazards, Communications, Deployment Readiness, Mass Casualty, Hazardous Materials, and Base Camp Operations.