The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) of Dutchess County is part of a national network of volunteers who support public health infrastructure, preparedness, and response in their local communities.
In Dutchess County, the MRC directly supports and assists the Departments of Emergency Response and Behavioral & Community Health when responding to incidents in the following ways:
Anyone can volunteer! No matter what your profession may be, our MRC unit always needs volunteers of all abilities and skill sets to help during times of preparedness and in times of emergency.
Our MRC Unit seeks:
Joining the Medical Reserve Corps of Dutchess County gives you an opportunity to lend your expertise and make a meaningful impact on your community when it needs it most.
In addition, you’ll receive:
Your community needs you! To join the Medical Reserve Corps of Dutchess County, please Register Online as an MRC Volunteer. If you’d like to first see what we’re all about, check out our list of upcoming training events that are open to the public. Download the 2018 MRC Seminar Series schedule (.pdf)
If you need further assistance, or have any questions, please contact: Joseph Ryan, MRC Coordinator, at 845-486-2493 or firstname.lastname@example.org .