Emergencies and disasters have the potential to impact the public's health inMedical Reserve Corps Logo many ways. The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a community-based program that uses volunteers to respond to local emergencies or disasters.

MRC volunteers are professionals who contribute their unique skills and expertise to help local residents. Volunteers are provided with training to help prepare them for the roles and tasks they may be asked to do during an emergency. Many MRC volunteers are licensed health care professions. However, MRC volunteers can also include students, retirees and others who are committed to helping during a time of crisis.

Interested in Volunteering? The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) provides a wide range of volunteer opportunities.  Download an application or an informational brochure.

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