The Medical Reserve Corps is a national network of local groups of volunteers engaging local communities to strengthen public health, reduce vulnerability, build resilience, and improve preparedness, response and recovery capabilities.
Here is some detailed information about the Medical Reserve Corps: https://mrc.hhs.gov/HomePage
“Local first responders will be quickly overwhelmed in a public health emergency. Skilled volunteers will be crucial to the success of our local community response.”
Boyd C. Hoddinott, MD, MPH
Former Health Commissioner
We do have a Logan County Medical Reserve Corps. Some of the things that we have done with our volunteers are listed below:
- Giving vaccines during flu season or disease outbreaks
- Helped during full scale public health exercises
- Helped at the first aid booth at the Logan County Fair
- Helped with the Logan County Health District 5-K run-walk.
To Volunteer in Logan County, fill out the registration form below and mail or email it to the address on the bottom of the form.
Also, it is very important to register on line on Ohio Responds at: https://www.ohioresponds.odh.ohio.gov/
This Ohio Responds registration allows for volunteers to be covered for liability.