Medical Reserve Corps
BCMRC Mission Statement
The mission of the BCMRC is to provide trained medical and non medical volunteers to assist the local community during a Public Health Emergency or an all Hazard Event and to provide education and disease awareness during non emergency public health and community events.
About the BCMRC
The Baldwin County Medical Reserve Corps was established in 2013. The BCMRC partners with Public Health, local EMA, education, faith based and other community organizations to develop a coordinated response to disasters.
Who Can Volunteer
The Baldwin County Medical Reserve Corps welcomes anyone 18 years of age or older who is interested in making our community safer, stronger and better prepared to respond to emergencies of all kinds.
How Do I Join?
- Application - Print Version
- Application - Electronic Version
- Register at Alabama Responds
- Visit FEMA to complete the IS 100 and IS 700 courses
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For more information on volunteering with the Baldwin County Medical Reserve Corps contact Peggy Lassitter, LGSW (251) 946-8010.
Page last updated: April 28, 2017