NEWS & FEATURES
“Cancer: Thriving and Surviving Workshop” set at STAR Health Sciences Complex Read More
Chronic pain self-management workshop at STAR Health Sciences Complex Read More
Diabetes self-management workshop starts: Six free sessions to help or prevent health complications Read More
Diabetes self-management workshop set at STAR Health Sciences Complex Read More
Chronic disease self-management workshop to meet at STAR Health Sciences Complex Read More
New Castle MRC Raises Awareness about the Role of Volunteerism in Healthy Communities Read More
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ASPR Blog – Prepared to Serve: Medical Reserve Corps Read More
Drill sharpens response time for handling flu outbreak Read More
Helping out for health Read More
The Delaware Medical Reserve Corps (DMRC) is sponsored by the Delaware Division of Public Health and is a volunteer corps comprised of dedicated medical and non-medical professionals who give their time and expertise to prepare for and respond to public health emergencies. Volunteers also participate in health promotion and education in local communities.The DMRC has three county units (New Castle, Kent, and Sussex counties) and provides the structure necessary to pre-identify, pre-credential, pre-train, and activate volunteers in a timely matter.
The DMRC is sponsored by the Delaware Health and Social Services, Division of Public Health, Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness Section, which has contracted with the University of Delaware School of Nursing to coordinate the three county units.