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Mission Statement

The Mission of the Coastal Bend Regional Advisory Council Trauma Service Area U is to reduce death/disability related to trauma, acute illness, injury and disaster through implementation of appropriate education and well-planned and coordinated disaster and emergency response systems. CBRAC-U is a non-profit 501(c)3

Trauma Service Area U (CBRAC-U) includes the following counties Aransas, Bee, Brooks, Duval, Kenedy, Kleberg, Live Oak, Jim Wells, McMullen, Nueces, Refugio, San Patricio. This represents 12,424 square miles and over 570,000 people. TSA-U has a level II Trauma Center, a level III Children's Hospital and seven level IV facilities as well as Primary Certified Stroke Centers with PCI and Accredited Chest Pain Centers.


See CBRAC calendar for upcoming Stop The Bleed courses.

FY 16 Member Participation
FY 15 Member Participation
FY 14 Member Participation

Stop The Bleed - B-con information
Article from the Coastal Bend Wellness Magazine, a publication of the Nueces County Medical Society on the TSA-U Standardized Physician I.D. project underway.

Tobacco Grant

FY16 Annual Tobacco Grant Report


CBRAC EVD Transport Protocol Algorithm
CDC Ebola Guidance (updated weekly)
Emergency Department Ebola Readiness Videos

Contact Us:

COASTAL BEND REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL,725 Elizabeth Street, Suite 4,CORPUS CHRISTI, TX 78404 for correspondence please use:
361-939-7177 PHONE - 361-939-7117 FAX

Hilary Watt, Executive Director
Shirlee Tomlinson, Executive Assistant
Danny Ramirez, EMTF-11 Coordinator

Click here to register in I-info for CBRAC email and text notifications, this replaces the Yahoo Group

CBRAC Committees



Pre-Hospital (EMS & Air Medical)

Emergency Preparedness Ops(MMU Teams)

Trauma Systems

Special Populations (Pediatric, Bariatric, Geriatric)

Performance Improvement


Injury Prevention


Coastal Bend Healthcare Preparedness Coalition