Redmond Medical Reserve Corps (RMRC) welcomes volunteers!
Redmond Medical Reserve Corps (RMRC) is ready to deploy to provide health-related care during crises, emergencies, and disasters to the community of Redmond, Washington.
The Redmond Medical Reserve Corps supports the Redmond Office of Emergency Management and King County Public Health Reserve Corps by being ready to provide immediate health-related care in the event of a regional disaster, developing neighborhood resiliency sites, engaging the community in public-health related activities, and fostering public-health education.
RMRC is looking for volunteers that would like to help with disaster preparedness and health and wellness education in our community. Do you have a project or activity idea? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved.
We are also recruiting licensed practitioners, non-licensed support personnel and bilingual translators to be part of Disaster Response Teams. Disaster response team members must become active members of the King County Public Health Reserve Corps (KCPHRC). These members can then be deployed in disasters or emergencies. Please cross-register with the Redmond Medical Reserve Corps when you join the KCPHRC.
Orientation Opportunities - King County Public Health Reserve Corps: