The Emergency Medical Task Force (EMTF) is a State and Federally (TXDSHS, ASPR) funded program with the mission of creating State-deployable medical teams, regionalized for rapid mobilization and readiness. The goal of the EMTF program is to provide a well coordinated response, offering rapid professional medical assistance to emergency operation systems during large scale incidents. Immediately available resources include AMBUSes (sixteen strategically located across Texas; four in EMTF6), Mobile Medical Units, Ambulance Strike Teams (hundreds of units across Texas), RN Strike Teams, Medical Incident Support Teams and Staging Management Teams. Eight (8) full-time Regional Coordinators and one (1) State Program Manager assure emergency resources are immediately available across Texas. Other components of the EMTF program include TMART (Mass Fatality Operations Response Team), IDRU (Infectious disease Response Unit), Air Medical Strike Teams, wildland Fire & Support Teams, and Tactical Medic Support Unit. The Texas EMTF is part of the Texas Disaster Medical System and EMTF6 Region is managed by SETRAC.