New Orleans Medical Reserve Corps
The mission of the New Orleans Medical Reserve Corps (NOMRC) is to be a diverse group of committed volunteers with skills and expertise to supplement public health emergency preparedness and response efforts in New Orleans.
Jeanne Krieger Receives National Outstanding MRC Responder of the Year Award
NOMRC Volunteer Jeanne Krieger is one of two recipients of the National Outstanding MRC Responder of the Year Award. Jeanne has volunteered 58 hours helping register over 500 people in the New Orleans Special Needs Registry, helping run three warming shelters that served 52 homeless individuals, helping administer 44 flu vaccinations at a health fair, and meeting with leaders at NACCHO and DCVMRC to talk about what MRC Volunteers need to know to be successful. Not only does Jeanne handle each response situation with a high level of professionalism, making whichever patient or client she is serving feel comfortable and respected, she is also instrumental in helping define the direction of the NOMRC. She regularly brings ideas to NOMRC leadership of how we can better serve New Orleans. She is an exemplary MRC Volunteer who is regularly ready to serve, consistently serves with professionalism, and continually works to strengthen the NOMRC. Thank you, Jeanne!
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