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  • Dallas County Iowa Medical Reserve Corps Dallas County Iowa Medical Reserve Corps

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(41.618225,-94.01887)
 

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Mission Statement

The Dallas County Iowa MRC will provide an organized way for medical and non-medical volunteers to offer their skills and expertise during local public health crises and throughout the year. A key component of the use of the MRC is to have readily trained and available, locally-based volunteers prepare for and assist during large-scale emergencies and disasters.

Description

Dallas County Iowa Medical Reserve Corps was established in July of 2011. Dallas County Public Health Nursing Service saw the need for a ready group of volunteers that could be called upon in the case of a public health emergency and proceeded to complete the steps to become a recognized Medical Reserve Corps through the Division of Civilian Volunteers within the United States Federal Government.

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http://www.co.dallas.ia.us/department-services/public-health-home-health/emergency-preparedness

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