Upcoming Meeting Schedule

Feb 28th, 2024

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Enviromental Emergencies

 

Feb 28th Meeting

 

April 10th, 2024

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August 9th Meeting

 

June 12th, 2024

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Outagmie County CERT

 

December 13th Meeting

 

August 14, 2024

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April 12th Meeting

 

Stop The Bleed

With 3 quick actions, you can be trained to save a life. The number 1 cause of preventable death after injury is bleeding. That’s why we want to train you how to STOP THE BLEED®.

 

 

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ABOUT US

Mission statement:  “The mission of the Fox Valley Regional Trauma Advisory Council (RTAC) is to treat the trauma patient with the appropriate resources to minimize mortality and morbidity while returning them to their community as soon as possible.  The patient is the focus of this organization.”

 

The Fox Valley Regional Trauma Advisory Council (FOXRTAC) is dedicated to designing, implementing, and evaluating a regional trauma system that is data-based, confidential, and sensitive to the needs, limitations, and resources of the area. It is intended that this will optimize the quality of care and outcomes including injury prevention, reducing the severity of injuries, and decreasing the number of deaths.

Membership in the RTAC is free and consists of individuals, organizations and entities involved in the provision of patient care within the trauma region. Examples include but are not limited to: trauma surgeons, emergency physicians, EMS medical directors, EMS educators, EMS providers, Trauma coordinators, EMS coordinators, hospital administration, air medical transport, nurses, firefighters, law enforcement, dispatchers, public health, county emergency management, and other interested parties.

The Fox Valley Regional Trauma Advisory Council (FOXRTAC) is empowered by the State Trauma Advisory Council (STAC) as an essential component of the infrastructure of the Wisconsin Statewide Trauma Care System responsible for protocol development, education, data analysis and performance improvement. The enabling legislation is WI 1997 Act 154 with the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services (DHFS) serving as the lead agency for plan development and implementation.

 

OUR PROCESS

 

Design

Implement

Evaluating

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Contact

Need additional assistance? Please contact us:

Jason Selwitschka
1556 West County Road Y
Oshkosh, WI 54904
Phone: +1 920 203 8791