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The National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre and the Department of Health has a comprehensive trauma management system to respond effective...Read more
In November 2013, two medical teams were deployed to the Philippines to provide medical support for victims of Typhoon Haiyan.Read more
Country Women's Association visited the NCCTRC warehouse to checkout the disaster response capability in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan. The CWA su...Read more
President of the Republic of Indonesia Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono visits the NCCTRC to view the deployable capability and AUSMAT research and innovati...Read more
The National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre hosted a visit from the President of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste His Excellency Mr...Read more
The National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre is a key element of the Australian Government's disaster and emergency medical response to incidents of national and international significance.
The function of the NCCTRC is to ensure enhanced surge capacity for Royal Darwin Hospital to provide a rapid response in the event of a mass casualty incident in the region. To achieve this objective the NCCTRC has provided significant financial support to Royal Darwin Hospital to enhance the capability of the hospital’s surgical and trauma divisions.
Surgeons, anaesthetists and peri-operative nurses from around Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific are in Darwin this week for Australian Medical Assistance Team
In an Australian first, Flinders University - in partnership with the National Critical Care and Trauma Response Centre (NCCTRC) - has intro
The Abbott Government’s 2015/16 Budget will invest $100 million to improve Australia’s ability to quickly and effectively respond to a health crisis caused by a na