The Medical Reserve Corps of Greater Kansas City is a network of medical and public health volunteers, along with non-medical community members, who volunteer their skills, expertise and time to support ongoing public health initiatives and assist throughout the Greater Kansas City area during disasters and other times of community need.
MRCKC works to improve and protect our community by supporting:
- Volunteer emergency preparedness training and exercises
- Health education and screenings
- Efforts to provide medical services to at-risk populations
- Support for local and state response to disasters and terrorism, staffing support for emergency shelters and dispensing sites for medications and vaccination.
Volunteers Building Strong, Healthy and Prepared Communities
About the Medical Reserve Corps of Greater Kansas City