Bristol-Norfolk Medical Reserve Corps, Inc.
Serving the Communities of

Attleboro  -  Foxborough  -  Mansfield

North Attleboro  -  Norton  -  Plainville  -  Rehoboth  -  Seekonk

The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) was founded after September 11, 2001.  MRC units function as a way to locally organize and utilize volunteers of all skill levels who want to donate their time and expertise in helping their communities to prepare for disasters, public health emergencies or ongoing public health programs throughout the year.  

The Bristol Norfolk Medical Reserve Corps Unit is comprised of eight area towns.  There are 46 Medical Reserve Corps units in Massachusetts and 991 nationwide with over 193,991 volunteers. 
 Volunteers are properly trained and credentialed before an emergency happens.   

 Volunteers of all skill  levels and backgrounds from both medical and non-medical persons are needed.  If you are a licensed or certified health care provider, a public health professional, a retiree or an individual with an interest in helping the community you' ve come to the right place.

Training is provided free and volunteers will be given opportunities to participate in drills, emergency exercises and public health related events throughout the year.

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If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to send us a message.