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

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 mrc.mrc@dallascounty.org
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 zthompson@dallascounty.org.

 

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

 

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