Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)
Thank you for your interest in the Southwest Utah Medical Reserve Corps (SWUMRC)! As you visit our site, you will come to find that we are an active and involved organization offering many opportunities for individuals to volunteer to support public health and build community resilience.
It is our hope that you will register as part of the SWUMRC, to volunteer your time and expertise to prepare for and respond to emergencies in Southwest Utah. We encourage all to register at www.utahresponds.org! Whether you are a healthcare professional or a lay volunteer, you will have the ability to assist in response to a disaster wherever it may be.If you are already a registered member of the SWUMRC, we are grateful for your continued heroism, volunteerism, and dedication. Your willingness to respond and participate truly makes a difference in our community.
The mission of the Southwest Utah Medical Reserve Corps (SWUMRC) is to improve the health and safety of communities in the Southwest Utah region by supporting public health in training, educating, and deploying medical and other volunteers to assist in emergency and public health events.
The Southwest Utah Medical Reserve Corps (SWUMRC) will be holding monthly training classes beginning in January 2019 with the option to attend in person at our St. George or Cedar City offices or call in via GoToMeeting. More info to follow.
In addition to trainings organized in conjunction with the Southwest Utah Public Health Department, approved MRC trainings can be completed through:
- MRC Online Training Courses at www.train.org/mrc/welcome
- U-Train online classes at www.utah.train.org
- NIMS online classes at http://training.fema.gov/IS/NIMS.asp
- FEMA online classes at http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb
- Additonal online classes at http://www.ready.gov/citizen-corps/training
- Dixie Regional Medical Center, Friday CME classes at https://intermountainhealthcare.org