Hosptial
City
 Classification Level
 Marshfield Medical Center -   Neillsville
 Neillsville
 Level IV
 Aspirus Eagle River Hospital
 Eagle River
 Level IV
 Marshfield Medical Center
 Marshfield
 Level II (Adult &  Pediatric)
 Aspirus Medford Hospital
 Medford
 Level IV
 Aspirus Tomahawk Hospital
 Tomahawk
 Level IV
 Aspirus Merrill Hospital
 Merrill
 Level IV
 Aspirus Wausau Hospital
 Wausau
 Level II (Adult)
 Aspirus Stanley Hospital
 Stanley
 Level IV
 Howard Young Medical Center - Aspirus
 Woodruff
 Level IV
 Aspirus Stevens Point Hospital
 Stevens Point
 Level III
 Marshfield Medical Center - Park Falls
 Park Falls
 Level IV
 Marshfield Medical Center - Minocqua Minocqua Level III
 Marshfield Medical Center - River Region Stevens Point Unclassified
 Marshfield Medical Center - Weston
 Weston Unclassified
 Aspirus Plover Hospital  
 Stevens Point Unclassified
 Aspirus Riverview Hospital
 Wisconsin  Rapids
 Unclassified

 Aspirus Langlade Hospital
 Antigo
 Unclassified

 Aspirus Rhinelander Hospital 
 Rhinelander
 Unclassified

 

Who we are


The Regional Trauma Advisory Council (RTAC) is an organized group of healthcare entities and other concerned individuals who have an interest in organizing and improving trauma care within a specified region of the State. An RTAC serves as the unifying foundation to bring together all local, county, regional, state, federal and other agencies, for the planning, education, training and prevention efforts needed to assure the exemplary care needed pre, acute and post injury for all visitors and citizens in Wisconsin.

The RTAC is designed as in inclusive organization and no formal membership
application, fees or rules apply for general membership.

We welcome anyone interested in joining us. 

Our members include:

  • All levels of EMS providers
  • Critical care transport and helicopter service providers
  • Hospitals
  • Public health
  • Emergency management
  • Dispatch agencies
  • Technical colleges


Our region covers 12 counties, 12,000 square miles (22% of Wisconsin's geography), and 484,000 citizens (8% of Wisconsin's population).