Despite being located in an area with insufficient medical resources, the hospital handles more than 100 emergency trauma patients per year. To improve the emergency rescue capacity of hospitals and improve the accessibility and equality of high-quality medical care, the following methods were implemented: first, joining a medical plan, increasing the number of emergency and surgery department physicians, and strengthening emergency trauma treatment capability; second, signing the cooperation framework agreement of the Army Veterans Hospital and implement medical localization; third, setting up a trauma group and strengthening the emergency trauma team’s processing ability; and fourth, increasing the amount of emergency radiology and medical equipment. The results are as follows: first, the transfer rate of emergency trauma patients decreased from 56.8% to 39.8%. Second, the rate of patient transfer across key departments decreased—from 47.4% to 29.9% for neurosurgery; 21.1% to 6.7% for orthopedics; and 83.3% to 37.5% for general surgery. Third, the survival rate for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest increased from 15.4% to 50%. These results revealed that the use of cross-functional team resources can effectively improve the quality of emergency trauma care in remote or medically inadequate areas.