Medical Reserve Corps

The Snohomish County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) CONTINUES TO FIGHT covid 19!

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MRC Volunteers are continuing to work at test sites, vaccination sites and hospitals. We are continuing to need volunteers to assist in these and any future locations to defeat COVID 19. 

We are now accepting applications for all volunteers (including those without a medical background). We are also again waiving the requirement to complete the FEMA 100 & 700 courses to become a volunteer, but all volunteers are encouraged to complete them and send us the certs.  

If you’re a medical volunteer, please make sure to complete BOTH the online form and application packet. Follow the steps below to submit your application.

  • Complete and sign all three pages of MRC Application Packet here (you can complete the application packet without printing if you follow these steps)
  1. Click to download the packet PDF above.
  2. Right click on the downloaded PDF 
  3. Go to the option “open it with >” and click on “Adobe Acrobat Reader”
  4. Complete all 3 pages of the form, save changes and email the completed PDF to MRC@snohd.org If your licensure is issued outside of WA State, please note where and your licensure number in the same email. 
  5. If you must print, please scan and email to  MRC@snohd.org or mail to

Medical Reserve Corps
Attn: Therese Quinn
3020 Rucker Avenue
Suite 300
Everett, WA 98201

Once you become an MRC Volunteer, you will receive emails about the current operations. Here is more information about working as an MRC Volunteer. If you have any questions, please contact Therese Quinn at TQuinn@snohd.org or 425-512-7599.

Here are some trainings from the CDC for Vaccinators

Administer the Vaccine

Vaccine Administration


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