What is the Medical Reserve Corps?
The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of local groups of volunteers committed to improving the health, safety and resiliency of their communities. MRC volunteers include medical and public health professionals, as well as others interested in strengthening the public health infrastructure and improving the preparedness and response capabilities of their local jurisdiction. MRC units identify, screen, train and organize the volunteers, and utilize them to support routine public health activities and augment preparedness and response efforts.
Kane County MRC Mission
In active partnership with the community, the Kane County MRC improves the well-being and safety of all residents by organizing and utilizing public health, medical, and other volunteers. The Mission of the Kane County MRC is in line with the Mission of the Kane County Health Department and the National Medical Reserve Corps.
Claudia Reginato, MPH, MS Medical Reserve Corps CoordinatorPhone: 630-444-3362Cell: firstname.lastname@example.org
A brief history of the Medical Reserve Corps National Medical Reserve Corps Website
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