EMTF 6 Presentation to FBCCC

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EMTF 6 Presentation to FBCCC

  1. 1. Emergency Medical Task Force - 6 Serving Trauma Service Areas H, Q & RCindy Riggan – EMTF-6 CoordinatorMain Office: 1111 N Loop West Freeway Suite 160 Houston Tx 77008Office: (281) 822-4444 Mobile: (281) 940-6001 Email: Cindy.Riggan@setrac.org
  2. 2. Emergency Medical Task Force Trains, exercises and rosters medical health professionals in the four components, MMU, RN Strike Team,AMBUS & AST, in order to respond with personnel and assets during a statedeclared disaster to form an integrated medical response.
  3. 3. EMTF-6 Region Trauma Service Areas (TSA) H, Q & R• Angelina • Jasper • Sabine• Austin • Jefferson • San• Brazoria • Liberty Augustine• Chambers • Matagorda • San Jacinto• Colorado • Montgomery • Tyler• Fort Bend • Nacogdoches • Walker• Galveston • Newton • Waller• Hardin • Orange • Wharton• Harris • Polk
  4. 4. EMTF Integrated Medical Response CapabilityGoals: – Rapidly deployable for statewide incidents – Builds upon regional capability and interoperability – Integrated command/control elements – Self-sufficient for short periods of time – NIMS compliant – Presently in the ASPR Funded strategy for FY11 and FY12
  5. 5. Texas Disaster Medical System Acute Public Health RAT Amb Team Strike CAT Teams Epi Hospital Teams Team Medical Nurse Staffing Strike Contracts Bus Teams Long Staging Term Regional CASPER Team Food Care MOC Team Safety Teams ESRD Ambme MACC Enviro Admin ROC Busses Health Teams Team TSA Local TxMAT MIST MOC Mortuary MSN MMU Team Shelters Tx Military D.B.H. MRC Force Teams TxMAT 1 L.P.H. Red CrossNOTE: Federal and EMAC assets will augment theseteams and strategies
  6. 6. State EMTF Response EMTF Regional Response Local Local Response IncidentMutual Aid Response
  7. 7. EMTF Scope of Work# Expectations1. Establish and convene regional Emergency Medical Task Force work group(s), to include multiple Trauma Service Area (TSA) subject matter experts, as applicable.2. Develop regional gap analysis for each EMTF concept, to include staffing, supplies, and equipment for the region.3. Develop regional plans for each EMTF concept in conjunction with the statewide concept strategies.4. Develop roster of personnel to support each EMTF concept.5. Participation in statewide EMTF face to face meetings and/or conference calls is mandatory.6. Establish at least one fully rostered, trained and exercised team for each of the EMTF concept including: Ambulance Strike Teams, AmBus Strike Team, Nurse Strike Teams, Mobile Medical Units Strike Team7. The EMTF regional representative will attend a one day orientation for the EMTF provided by the EMTF State Coordinating Organization (SCO).8. All supplies and equipment purchased must be on the standardized equipment/supply lists. If additional funding is available other supplies or equipment may be purchased for the teams that are not on the standardized lists.
  8. 8. Emergency Medical Task Force Leadership Team• Command/General Staff• ICS 100, 200, 300, 400 certs, with position-specific certs as well• Must have EMS/ER/IMT management experience• Full Comms package to communicate with all Groups and Local EOC/DDC/DSHS/GDEM-SOC• Logistics package to support all Groups 5 Ambulance Strike 5 RN Strike Teams 2 Ambuses Mobile Medical Unit Teams • 5 Ambulances in • 5 RN’s in each • Ambuses are • 16 -32 bed capacity each Strike Team Strike Team (25 capable of • Able to provide (25 total total RN’s) transporting >12 emergency ambulances) • Each Team has pre- litter patients at stabilizing care and • Each Strike Team assigned Strike one time. transfer has assigned Strike Team Leader • Pre-plumbed for • Fully staffed with Team Leader • 4 ER Strike Teams O2, Suction, EM physicians, ER • Teams are pre- • 1 Specialty area medical gases, etc nurses, techs, identified (Burn, OB, ICU, • Assigned to EMS pharmacy, • No Notice Regional Pedi, NICU, etc) agencies that will logistics, clerical deployment • Approx. 72 hr deploy 4 and other support • State-wide tasked deployment paramedics • 6-12 hour launch mission • No Notice Regional time for 72 hr assignments deployment deployment • State-wide tasked mission assignments
  9. 9. EMTF-6 Present Steering Committee EMTF Coordinator, RAC Exec Director and/ or his/her appointee, EMTF-6 Task Force Leaders Red Team White Team Blue Team Task Force Task Force Task Force Leader Leader Leader (TFL) & (TFL) & (TFL) & Asst TFLEMTF Liaison Asst TFLEMTF Liaison Asst TFLEMTF Liaison Officer Medical Officer Medical Officer Medical (LNO) Director (LNO) Director (LNO) Director Plans Logistics Finance Plans Logistics Finance Plans Logistics Finance Ops Chief Ops Chief Ops Chief Chief Chief Chief Chief Chief Chief Chief Chief Chief Ambulance Group Supervisor SitStat Unit Leader COM-L Ambulance Group Supervisor SitStat Unit Leader COM-L Ambulance Group Supervisor SitStat Unit Leader COM-LAmb Strike Teams w/ ASTL x 5 MMU Deployment team w/ leader Amb Strike Teams w/ ASTL x 5 MMU Deployment team w/ leader Amb Strike Teams w/ ASTL x 5 MMU Deployment team w/ leader Ambus Group Supervisor Ambus Group Supervisor Ambus Group Supervisor Ambus w/ boss x 2 Ambus w/ boss x 2 Ambus w/ boss x 2 RN Strike Team Group Supervisor RN Strike Team Group Supervisor RN Strike Team Group Supervisor RN Strike Teams w/ STL x 5 RN Strike Teams w/ STL x 5 RN Strike Teams w/ STL x 5 MMU Group Supervisor MMU Group Supervisor MMU Group Supervisor MMU Charge nurse MMU Charge nurse MMU Charge nurse
  10. 10. Task Force Leader (TFL) &EMTF Asst TFLOperational Liaison Officer (LNO) EMTF Medical DirectorOrg Chart Ops Chief Plans Chief Logistics Chief Finance Chief Ambulance Group SitStat Unit Supervisor COM-L Leader MMU Amb Strike Teams Deployment team w/ ASTL x 5 w/ leader Ambus Group Supervisor Ambus w/ boss x 2 RN Strike Team Group Supervisor = TF Command/General Staff RN Strike Teams w/ STL x 5 MMU Group Supervisor MMU Charge nurse
  11. 11. EMTF-6 Task Force Leaders• Chris Collier – RAC-H• Greg Kunkle – RAC-R• Lisa Aulbert – RAC-Q• Mark Sastre – RAC-R• 2 Position Open – Apply with Cindy Riggan
  12. 12. New Suggested Governance Structure Approved by GETAC in November 2011
  13. 13. Ambulance Strike Teams
  14. 14. Ambulance strike team goals• 5 Ambulances in each Strike Team (25 total ambulances)• Each Strike Team has assigned Strike Team Leader• Teams are pre-identified• No Notice Regional deployment• State-wide tasked mission assignments• FEMA Typing vs. Texas Typing• Common Communications
  15. 15. RN Strike Team• 5 RN’s in each Strike Team (25 total RN’s)• Each Team has pre-assigned Strike Team Leader• 4 ER Strike Teams• 1 Specialty area (Burn, OB, ICU, Pedi, NICU, etc)• Approx. 72 hr deployment
  16. 16. Texas Labor Day Wildfire AMBUS Deployment MPV6-02
  17. 17. Ambulance Bus - AMBUS• Ambuses are capable of transporting 12 (or more) litter patients at one time.• Pre-plumbed for O2, Suction, medical gases, etc• Assigned to EMS agencies that will deploy 4 paramedics• No Notice Regional deployment• State-wide tasked mission assignments
  18. 18. Our Newly Restripped AMBUS – MPV6-01EMTF State AMBUS Meeting – October 2011
  19. 19. Mobile Medical UnitOperation Blueprint MMU Exercise May 2011
  20. 20. MMU Goals• 16 – 32 bed capacity• Able to provide emergency stabilizing care and transfer• Fully staffed with EM physicians, ER nurses, techs, pharmacy, logistics, clerical and other support• 6-12 hour launch time for 72-96 hour deployment• Clinical and Facilities Groups• Standardized minimal supplies, pharmaceuticals, and capabilities• Will have NO x-ray, Lab testing and surgery capability
  21. 21. EMTF-6 MMU Interior
  22. 22. Full Patriot System
  23. 23. Transport Systems
  24. 24. EMTF-6 Needs You• Building committees for the four components with in EMTF-6 – For the purpose of: • Gaining the interest of Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, EMT’s, and other personnel with in EMTF-6 Region • Making our MMU, AMBUS, RN Strike Teams and Ambulance Strike Teams stronger • Gain enough interest to roster EMTF-6 Teams and have a rostered on call schedule
  25. 25. Training & Exercises• On May 14-16, 2012 We will have a three day training and exercise that will do the following: –Train on all 4 components of EMTF • Deployment & Demobilization with EMTF – Exercise at full scale level with the four components
  26. 26. How do you get involved with EMTF-6?• Get involved with one of the EMTF-6 Workgroups • Ambulance Strike Team • Mobile Medical Unit • AMBUS • RN Strike Team • Exercise Planning Team • Social Networking Workgroup
  27. 27. • Tuesday February 14, 2012 - EMTF-6 Workgroup Conference Calls:• Conference Call Number: (877) 381-8833 Participant Access Code 52651• Webinar: www.joinme.com At the beginning of the conference call we will announce the participant access code• 9:00am - Multi Passenger Vehicle (MPV) Workgroup –(AKA AMBUS)• 11:00am – Ambulance Strike Team (AST) Workgroup• 1:00pm – RN Strike Team Workgroup• 2:00pm – Mobile Medical Unit (MMU) Workgroup• 3:00pm – Marketing Workgroup (Social Networking, Recruitment and promotion for EMTF-6)
  28. 28. • February 23, 2012 - Conference Call• March 6, 2012 - Conference Call• March 15, 2012 Face to Face Meeting – Location & Time TBD• March 20th – 21st 2012 WebEOC Conference - at the Pitser Garrison Civic Center – Lufkin Texas – For Registration go to www.detrac.org or www.netrac.org• March 29, 2012 April 2-5, 2012 – Texas Emergency Management Conference, San Antonio Texas• April 12, 2012 – Face to Face Meeting– Location & Time TBD• April 26, 2012 - Face to Face Meeting– Location & Time TBD• May 3, 2012 –May 10, 2012 – Face to Face – Location & Time TBD
  29. 29. AnyQuestions?
  30. 30. Contact Us RAC-H – Brenda Anderson-Cole or go to www.DETRAC.org RAC- Q or SETRAC – Darrell Pile, Russell Kaiser or go to Go to www.SETRAC.org RAC- R – Jo Maples or go to www.rac-r.com Follow us on Facebook at: • Cindy Riggan – Coordinator Page • under Emergency Medical Task Force Region 6 - EMTF-6 Regional Page Follow us on Twitter at: EMTF_6 Cindy Riggan – EMTF-6 Coordinator Main Office: 1111 N Loop West Freeway Suite 160 Houston Tx 77008Office: (281) 822-4444 Mobile: (281) 940-6001 Email: Cindy.Riggan@setrac.org
  31. 31. For More Information Contact Cindy Riggan – EMTF-6 Coordinator Main Office: 1111 N Loop West Freeway Suite 160 Houston Tx 77008Office: (281) 822-4444 Mobile: (281) 940-6001 Email: Cindy.Riggan@setrac.org Follow us on twitter at: EMTF_6 Follow us on Facebook at: • Cindy Riggan – Coordinator Page • Emergency Medical Task Force Region 6 - EMTF-6 Page

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