Medical Reserve Corps
San Bernardino County Sheriff Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) - A medical volunteer unit created by the SBCMS and housed within the County Sheriff's Volunteer Forces Unit. The mission of the MRC is to supplement the local healthcare systems during emergencies or planned events in San Bernardino County. The MRC achieves this mission by recruiting and training volunteer medical and non-medical professionals, and organizing them to assist effectively and efficiently in the management of catastrophic events and civil defense situations as may be called for. To volunteer for the MRC, complete and submit the application below or call the MRC Coordinator at (909) 273-6000 for more information.
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Meet your Board! (Left to right - Lieutenant Patrick O'Brien, Paul Whiteside, Krysta Tankersley, Jeanette Pirio, Amanda Cloutier, Heather Morse, Michael Moorman, Randy Long).
Why Should I Volunteer? | Sheriff Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Application
2018 and 2019 MRC Meeting Schedule
GRATITUDE AND SPECIAL RECOGNITION TO MRC SUPPORTERS
The MRC would like to thank the following Corporate and Individual Sponsors for their contributions to support the efforts of the Medical Reserve Corps to recruit and train community-based volunteer emergency responders who will be there to assist the citizens of this County when disaster strikes. Click for listing of SPONSORS.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Medical Reserve Corps and Victor Valley Search and Rescue were presented with a $10K check from the AT&T Foundation on behalf of their work during the Blue Cut Fire. AT&T representative Julio Figuero (center/back) and Sheriff John McMahon (center).
THANK YOU AT&T FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS.