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COVID-19

Lorain County Public Health is responding.

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Lorain County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC)

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The long-term response to COVID-19 will require volunteers to fulfill various needs over the next few months.

The MRC is not deploying volunteers at this time. Join the MRC by signing up below.

Call Lynn Rebman at 440-506-7089 with questions about MRC and the COVID-19 response.

The Lorain County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a volunteer program. MRC volunteers help Lorain County before, during, and after an emergency. They also help with community and public health events. MRC includes active and retired medical professionals and non-medical volunteers. Lorain County Public Health organizes volunteers to help with events in Lorain County, although MRC sometimes helps with regional, state, and national responses.

Requirements to Join

What is the Ohio Responds Volunteer Registry?

The Ohio Responds Volunteer Registry manages public health and medical disaster response volunteers. The Ohio Emergency Management Agency (EMA) and the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) use it to register, notify, and inform volunteers. The Lorain County MRC Coordinator manages our local volunteers though this registry.

Contact Us

Call 440-322-6367 and ask to speak to the MRC Coordinator to learn more about MRC.