Medical Reserve Corps

The mission of the Fayette County Medical Reserve Corps is to assist local response efforts during a public health emergency or large-scale event. Through a coordinated Volunteer Reception Center, health professionals (licensed and non-licensed) and community volunteers will come together to assist the Fayette County Health Department with various assigned tasks. Together we can all make a difference!

Who is eligible to join MRC?
The Medical Reserve Corps is compromised of local health professionals (licensed and non-licensed) and community volunteers who are able to assist their community during the time of a public health emergency. MRC volunteers may be asked to assist in various capacities, including community education and at mass dispensing clinics and shelters, depending on the need.

How can I join the Fayette County MRC?
Visit the Ohio Responds website and click on the link to “Register as a Volunteer on the Volunteer Registry.” Follow the directions given. Complete local on-line training requirements found on the Volunteer Training page on this site.


Fayette County MRC Facebook page
National Medical Reserve Corps
HIPPA Powerpoint
HIPPA Post-test
MRC Powerpoint
MRC Post-test

Ethan Johnson, MRC Coordinator