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Dallas County Health & Human Services
Medical Reserve Corps
2377 N. Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX 75207-2710
214-819-1922 /

Training Program

Volunteers, whether licensed medical professionals or non-medical individuals who come from all walks of life, must be trained for specific emergency response roles. Dallas County MRC has a robust training program which includes, online, classroom, drills, and exercises which are meant to prepare its members for local deployment to temporary medi-cal and mental health clinics during a public health emergency.
Membership Requirements:

  • Be at least 21 years of age and of good character
  • Complete an online application, authorize and pass a criminal background check
  • Attend an MRC Orientation within first six months (offered every other month)
  • Read and sign a series of confidentiality agreements
  • Complete “Personal & Family Preparedness” training (offered quarterly)
  • Successfully complete National Incident Management courses IS-100.HCb and IS-700.a (self-paced, online)
  • Complete one role-specific training and participate annually in at least one MRC training or activity.
Please submit membership or application questions to
or call 214-819-1922.

“The MRC is one of the best ways I know to serve my community and my country” — Sharon S.

Training Calendar: (Click Here)

Course Descriptions: (Click Here)

For general questions or for more information about Dallas County Health and Human Services,
please email Director Zachary Thompson at


Zachary S. Thompson
Christopher Perkins, D.O., M.P.H.
Medical Director / Health Authority


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