Medical Reserve Corps

The Snohomish County Medical Reserve Corps mobilizes and coordinates available personnel and resources to respond to local disaster situations.

BE A VOLUNTEER

The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is actively recruiting volunteers to help in our community. Health professionals and support people are encouraged to join the MRC. Trainings are developed to help volunteers meet the current needs in the community.

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JOIN THE SNOHOMISH COUNTY MRC to help in the current covid-19 response 


We have expedited the process to assist in this response: Complete the
MRC Application Forms (PDF), sign it and then scan and email to TQuinn@snohd.org

For this response to COVID 19 we are waiving the requirements below. When you have time to complete them, it is appreciated. 

Once you become an MRC Volunteer, you will start receiving emails about the current operations. Here is more information about working as an MRC Volunteer. 

STEP 1: COMPLETE THE FORMS OF THE INTAKE PACKET

STEP 2: COMPLETE THE ICS TRAINING COURSES ONLINE THROUGH FEMA

These courses will help you to understand the Incident Command Structure, that MRC fits into, during a disaster:

STEP 3: TURN IN ALL YOUR FORMS/CERTIFICATIONS TO THERESE QUINN

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

Trainings currently are being conducted on Zoom. Contact Therese for more information

NAME OF TRAININGDATE
TIME
LOCATION
Cold Weather Shelter trainingWednesday, October 14
5:30 pm
Zoom
Cultural Competence in Disaster responseWednesday, October 28
5:30 pm
Zoom




MRC Volunteers are currently working in these response efforts. Contact Therese for more information. 

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
TYPE OF VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
DATE
SHIFTS
LOCATION
COVID TEST site
All volunteers
Monday-Friday
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
12 noon-4:30 pm
Everett
COVID test site

Tuesdays
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Lynnwood
Screeners
All Volunteers
7 days/week
varies between 6:30 am - 6:30 pm
Everett
InterpretersVariesVaries

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