Texas Department of State Health Services offers a wide range of EMS-related information. The Texas Department of State Health Services updates Surveillance Analysis and Reports.
- The Southeast Texas Trauma Regional Advisory Council (SETRAC) was organized under the authority of the Texas Department of Health which was instructed by the 1989 Omnibus Rural Health Care Rescue Act. SETRAC is one of 22 Regional Advisory Councils (RAC) currently functioning within the State of Texas. SETRAC is a 501(C3) non-profit, tax-exempt organization.
- The National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians is the nation's EMS certification.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention contains a listing of valuable health related information.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide a map showing the impact of influenza (flu) in the United States.
- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) provides a listing of recorded disasters in the United States.
- The American Stroke Association has information about the "silent killer" and its warning signs.
- The Emergency Chaplaincy Organization website explains how the group supports emergency personnel in times of crisis.
- The Fort Bend County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (OEM) provides information relevant to conditions in and around Fort Bend County, Texas.
- Fort Bend County Waterways website provides current data about rivers, reservoirs and dams.
- The Federal Government's Be Ready website offers information concerning a variety of different serious issues.
- The Texas Department of Transportation Facebook Page provides updated road conditions and other valuable information concerning traffic safety.
- The Houston Transtar Facebook Page provides important traffic information about Harris and surrounding counties.