Wisconsin Medical Reserve Corps

Volunteers Building Strong, Healthy and Prepared Communities

Medical Reserve Corps

The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) works to improve the health and safety of communities in Wisconsin and across the country. Volunteers donate their time and expertise to prepare for and respond to emergencies, as well as promote healthy living throughout the year. MRC units organize and utilize medical and public health professionals such as physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, veterinarians, and epidemiologists. Many community members— interpreters, chaplains, office workers, legal advisors, and others— can fill key support positions.


Learning Opportunity

Annual Racine County Medical Reserve Corps Conference

September 16, 2016
7:30 AM – 5:00 PM (1700)

Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Training Academy
9225 S. 68th Street
Franklin, WI 53132

Registration fee $25 includes lunch.

Volunteer Resources

Self-Care Pocket Reference Guide for Emergency Response Deployment (PDF, 254 KB) - A guide for volunteer responders that includes pre and post deployment checklists and self-reflection activities. This resource was originally created for the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Department of Health, and reprinted with their permission.

Additional Information

Last Revised: August 17, 2016