DEMHS: Medical Reserve Corps

Medical Reserve Corps

The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) Program strengthens communities by helping medical, public health and other volunteers offer their expertise throughout the year as well as during local emergencies and other times of community need.  MRC volunteers work in coordination with existing local emergency response programs and also supplement existing community public health initiatives, such as outreach and prevention, immunization programs, sheltering and points of distribution (PODs).  The MRC program is administered by the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of the Surgeon General.
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DEMHS Advisory Bulletin 2010-5

Medical Reserve Corps Team Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)

SOP - Activation of Medical Reserve Corps Teams by DEMHS Under Title 28

SOP - Approval of Activities of Members of Local Medical Reserve Corps Units or DEMHS Regional MRC Response Teams  

Form - Approval of Activity of Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) Units and DEMHS Regional MRC Response Teams  


Read our newsletter, Readiness Dispatch, news from the Emergency Credentialing Program

and the CT Medical Reserve Corps.


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Connecticut State MRC Coordinator

Jonathan Best LP, CHPP, CHS-III


Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response

State of Connecticut Department of Public Health

410 Capital Avenue MS #13PHP

P.O. Box 340308

Hartford, Connecticut 06134-0308


860-509-7822  -  Direct Office Line

860-707-1905  - Direct Fax

860-509-8282 General Office of PHPR

860-509-7987  - General  Fax

860-250-5677  -  Cell (24 hour)


For the National MRC Website click on the MRC logo:


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