In the News
“The mission of Southern 7County Medical Reserve Corps (S7MRC) is to engage health care professionals and other volunteers in helping the community prepare for, respond to, and mitigate emergencies, disasters, and pressing public health needs.”
State & Federal Resources/Partners
Bobi Cavins, MRC Coordinator
37 Rustic Campus Drive
Ullin IL 62992
Phone: (618) 634-2297 Ext. 123
Fax: (618) 634-9394
Can I be an MRC volunteer?
YES! Everyone is welcome to join, regardless of profession. Individuals with medical training and non medical volunteers are needed. Examples of MRC volunteers are:
Physicians | Nurses | Security | Behavioral Health Specialist | Pharmacists | EMTs | Interpreters Clerks | Food Service | Public Health | Clergy | Construction | Veterinarians | Transportation
What is the Medical Reserve Corps?
The MRC is a group of locally organized healthcare and non-healthcare volunteers working to strengthen the health and safety of the community.
The goal of the Medical Reserve Corps is to identify, credential, train and prepare volunteers BEFORE a natural disaster or a national incident.
The MRC believes that prepared communities lead to prepared states, which create a prepared nation. Read the history of the MRC.