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Welcome to MRC - Medical Reserve Corps

The Miami-Dade County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a team of pre-identified, trained and credentialed volunteers who augment local community health and medical services during disasters and other public health activities. These volunteers include physicians, nurses, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacists, other health and medical professionals, as well as others who are willing to support the MRC and Miami-Dade County.

When the health and medical capability of Miami-Dade County is overwhelmed during disasters and other health emergencies, the MRC is here to assist! 



Upcoming Events

May 19th, 2015

08:00 AM - 12:30 PM

May 18th, 2015

06:30 PM - 08:00 PM

For more information please contact Chelsea Kalika at chelsea.kalika@flhealth.gov or miamidadeMRC@flhealth.gov

May 29th, 2015

09:00 AM - 12:30 PM

The Center for Leadership in Public Health Practice

Training funded by the Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Center

Disaster Behavioral Health First Aid

Specialist Training for Responders (RFAST)

O n s i t e Tr a i n i n g

sponsored by:

Keys Health Ready Coalition, Inc.

DATE: May 29, 2015

Start Time: 9:00am – 12:30pm

Training Location: Florida Keys AHEC

5800 Overseas Highway, Suite H38

Marathon, FL 33050

Training Facilitator:

Dr. Jolie Haun

Register Now!



Program Aim:

To provide public health workers and other

professionals with the necessary awareness,

knowledge, and skills to promote behavioral health

and wellness through individual and team approaches

for preventing, mitigating, and managing disaster

worker stress and for developing disaster stress

resistance and resilience to the negative effects of

critical incident stress exposure.

Program Goals:

.? Gain knowledge of critical incident stress, individual risk

and resiliency factors, mild or typical distress reactions

and potentially incapacitating stress reactions, and

stress-related disorders and syndromes affecting

disaster response workers.

.? Develop an awareness of the occupational stress and

stressors associated with disaster response work.

.? Gain knowledge of stress management methods and

techniques for building stress resistance, resilience, and

recovery in disaster.

.? Develop an awareness of one's own personal and

professional risk and readiness for engaging in disaster

response work.

For More Information, Contact:

Pat Gardner

(813) 974-8267



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