Medical Reserve Corp (MRC)
Whether you’re a healthcare professional, educator, laborer, business person or even a retiree, the Ross County Health District offers a variety of volunteer opportunities through the Ross County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC).
MRC volunteers work together to keep Ross County healthy, prepared, and quick to recover by
- providing help for public health and emergency response.
- participating in mass vaccinations and community disaster drills.
- promoting disease prevention and control.
- assisting the public health department in a variety of ways.
Who Can Become a MRC Volunteer?
Anyone 18 years of age and older. We are looking for medical professionals and other skilled personnel who can provide basic support services during emergency and non-emergency events. There is a role for everyone!
What do MRC Volunteers Do?
Your skills and knowledge are especially needed during times of crisis. In a large scale emergency, you may be needed
- to treat victims of a disaster
- asked to help at an emergency vaccination clinic
- assist at a medication distribution site.
During times of non-emergency, you can
- attend preparedness training
- have the chance to serve as public health ambassadors
- assist with flu clinics
- provide education sessions on special topics, volunteer for public health events or trainings, and promote immunization campaigns.
In the event of a disaster, emergency or epidemic, we need “hands on deck” to provide assistance to the 78,000 residents of Ross County. Are you ready to take on the challenge and volunteer?
Register To Become A Ross County MRC Volunteer
Online registration adds your name to Ohio Responds, a state wide network operated by the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Emergency Management Agency. The system registers, credentials, tracks, notifies, and alerts volunteers in the event of a disaster or public health crisis. To complete the process click on the link below.
Ohio Responds – online registration