Medical Reserve Corp
The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) system was founded by the federal government shortly after Sept. 11, 2001. The national system brings together people who have health care skills with citizen volunteers. MRC units are trained and prepared to respond as a team to emergencies in their communities. The members may provide education, outreach and various health services throughout the year.
Recruiting, training, and organizing medical and public health professionals to strengthen their communities through volunteerism are at the core of the MRC concept.
Berkshire Medical Reserve Corps web-link
Berkshire Medical Reserve Corps Overview and FAQ
Berkshire Medical Reserve Corp Member Responsibilities in a Deployment
Activation and Deployment
On Site Training (JITT)
Demobilization and Debriefing
Massachusetts Medical Reserve Corps Brochure