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    Volunteers building Healthy, Prepared and Resilient Communities.

 

Our Mission

To assist the community during public health emergencies and promote prevention and health education throughout the year.

The Galveston County Medical Reserve Corps (GCMRC) is a part of the National Medical Reserve Corps based in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR). The Galveston County Health District is the host agency for the GCMRC.

Volunteer Now!

Complete the following two steps to volunteer. First, sign up with the Texas Disaster Volunteer Registry (TDVR). Next, complete the Galveston County Medical Reserve Corps application.

 1. Sign UP with TDVR

After selecting the link above:

  • Select Register Now
  • Select Add Organizations
  • Find Galveston County Organizations
  • Select the drop-down button next to Galveston County Organizations
  • Select the check box next to Galveston County Medical Reserve Corps
  • Press Select
  • Enter your information, availability and skills

  2. Download the MRC Application

Select the link above, then:

  • Fill out the MRC application
  • You may submit the application via fax 409-938-2399, attn: Richard Pierce
  • Or, email the completed application to:rpierce@gchd,org
  • If you prefer to speak or leave a message, call 409-938-2222.

Read the "Summary of Statutory Provisions Affecting the Liability of Providers in a Public Health Emergency", or, read other one-page summaries of Disaster-Related Legal Issues, prepared by the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Office of General Counsel.