Capital Medical Reserve Corps (CMRC) comprises medical and non-medical volunteers who are interested in assisting CapRAC Regional Healthcare Preparedness Coalition partners during special events, public health emergencies, or disasters that have had a catastrophic impact on a community’s healthcare infrastructure. CMRC volunteers could be deployed to anywhere in the state for up to three days.
CMRC volunteers serve in many different ways when deployed during special events, emergencies, or disasters. A few of these role include:
- Various medical provider roles
- Record keeping/patient intake and discharge
- Various logistical and/or planning roles when deployed with the State Medical Assistance Team 800
- Assist in maintaining situation awareness
- Assist with access control and site security
- Provide customer service and public information at medical tents or in a mobile field hospital
Orientation training will be conducted within a three hour time frame and will cover the following topic areas:
- What is the CapRAC Healthcare Preparedness Coalition
- History of the Medical Reserve Corps
- Notification and Activation Procedures
- Preparing for Deployment
- Personal Preparedness
Wed. May 20, 2020 6pm - 8pm
See Offering Specific Information for details, OTHER NC
||Capital Healthcare Preparedness Region
||Thorpe, Nicholas Alexandre
||Medical professionals and Non-Medical individuals and those who are interested in supporting the medical needs during major special events, public health emergencies, and disasters
|# Open Seats
|# on Wait List
Offering Specific Information
This course will be offered via WebEX. The link for the training will be provided to those who are registered at least 24 hours prior to the training.
It is highly recommended that those who are planning to attend this training download WebEX onto your computer or smart device and familiarize your self with the the program.
Also during this training we will be utilizing the chat function in WebEX.