New Orleans Medical Reserve Corps (NOMRC)
Who can volunteer?
The NOMRC needs practicing or retired Louisiana licensed health care professionals, social workers, mental or behavioral health professionals, translators, or anyone involved in the public health field.
What are some examples of volunteer activities?
The NOMRC needs volunteers for shelters, evacuation assistance, call centers, first aid stations, vaccination clinics, and community outreach. Check out our recent activities below.
What will be required of volunteers?
Volunteers may be called upon during a public health crisis (e.g. natural disaster, mass casualty event, disease outbreak) but at no time will volunteers be required to respond.
For more information, check out the National MRC website .
The NOMRC monthly newsletter gives an overview of our completed activities and the upcoming events we have scheduled.
All NOMRC members must attend 1 MRC orientation before participating. Optional trainings, exercises and volunteer activities will be held throughout the year to provide volunteers with additional emergency response-related skills. Please RSVP for all events by emailing the NOMRC Coordinator at NOMRC@nola.gov.
MRC New Member Orientation: Saturday, February 4th, 9:30am-11am at EMS, 2929 Earhart Blvd. NOLA 70125.