BorderRAC Office: (915) 838-3200 [M-F: 8:00a - 5:00p] - BorderRAC Emergency Phone (915) 487-1924 [24/7] EMERGENCIES ONLY

Who and what is BorderRAC?

"To advance the Far West Texas / Southern New Mexico trauma and emergency healthcare system through prevention, education, preparedness, and response."

BorderRAC is relied upon to unite regional medical providers and serve as a strategic partner for the Texas legislature, state and local agencies, and most importantly for the health and welfare of our region. BorderRAC is integral to helping hospitals and other healthcare organizations in emergency preparedness to respond to a wide-scale natural disaster or terrorism attack. BorderRAC is a healthcare coalition with a comprehensive interprofessional membership of hospitals, EMS, and other healthcare agencies and has expanded its role. BorderRAC committees work to reduce injury, illness and preventable deaths in the areas of trauma, stroke, heart disease, pediatrics, and neonates. BorderRAC is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping residents of our region in the education and prevention of injury and disease and healthcare emergencies and disaster preparedness.

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MONTHLY EDUCATION INITIATIVE

September is Preparedness Month

Each September, National Preparedness Month encourages and reminds Americans to be prepared for disasters or emergencies in their homes, businesses, and communities.

Homeowners, families, communities, and businesses can use this opportunity to find ways or help others understand more about preparing for disasters and reducing risks to health and the environment. There are many ways to reduce risks from contamination, leaks, spills, hazardous materials, and other dangers. This page doesn't include all possible ways of preparing but provides many ideas and links to more information.

General information about any emergency

How to report emergencies

Individuals and homeowners

Communities

Schools, businesses, or other facilities

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September is also the peak of hurricane activity. Learn more about:

preparing for hurricanes

recovery after a hurricane

flooding

 

*Source: https://www.epa.gov/natural-disasters/september-preparedness-month

 

 

 

 

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