About the Corps

The Clay County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) was established in 2005 to provide assistance during public health emergencies and events. The MRC’s purpose and activities include:
  • Recruit volunteers.
  • Enroll and check credentials of volunteers.
  • Establish a database.
  • Conduct volunteer training.
  • Deploy planning.
  • Develop non-emergency public health volunteer opportunities.
Medical Reserve Corps Transparent
The main focus is to develop the corps of volunteer health professionals who can assist in the event of a bioterrorism event or public health emergency.
  • The Medical Reserve Corps provides a pool of ready volunteers in the case of an emergency.
  • The Medical Reserve Corps provides training for volunteers so they are prepared to assist in an emergency.
  • The Medical Reserve Corps brings national recognition and support to the local community.