Medical Reserve Corps
The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a Citizen Corps program which coordinates
the skills of practicing and retired physicians, nurses and other health professionals as well as other citizens interested in health issues, who are eager to volunteer to address their community's ongoing public health needs and to help their community during large-scale emergency situations.
Local community leaders will develop their own Medical Reserve Corps Units and identify the duties of the MRC volunteers according to specific community needs. For example, MRC volunteers may deliver necessary public health services during a crisis, assist emergency response teams with patients, and provide care directly to those with less serious injuries and other health-related issues.
MRC volunteers may also serve a vital role by assisting their communities with ongoing public health needs (e.g., immunizations, screenings, health and nutrition education, and volunteering in community health centers and local hospitals).
For more information see the Northern Kentucky Medical Reserve Corps website
For more information on Medical Reserve Corps see the National Medical Reserve Corps WebsiteTo volunteer for the Northern Kentucky Medical Reserve Corps please contact Jessica McElroy with the Northern Kentucky Health Department at (859) 363–2009 or send an e–mail to email@example.com