Maine Medical Reserve Corps

A group of local volunteers, connected to a national network, engaging Maine communities to strengthen public health, reduce vulnerability, build resilience, and improve preparedness, response and recovery capabilities.

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Our Story

“The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of volunteers, organized locally to improve the health and safety of their communities. The MRC network comprises 991 community-based units and almost 200,000 volunteers located throughout the United States and its

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Volunteers

The volunteers of Maine’s Medical Reserve Corps come from all kinds of backgrounds including non-medical professionals contributing administrative or logistical expertise to community efforts and retirees sharing their time and extensive experience. Everyone has something they can contribute to the

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Community Partnerships

Maine’s Medical Reserve Corps units offer much more than disaster response support. Volunteers from Maine’s MRC are interested and available to support public health initiatives and community events throughout the year. Below are a few examples of how Maine’s MRC

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