Utah Medical Reserve Corps Programs

    Welcome to Utah MRC Programs

    Let's make our communities better and safer places!

    About Us

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    What is the MRC?

    MRCs are groups of volunteer medical professionals and others who are already identified, credentialed, trained and prepared to help when they are needed in our local communities. They can help hospitals, health departments and other medical systems when they are overwhelmed during disasters and public health emergencies. 

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    Local Units

    Each local health department in Utah hosts a Medical Reserve Corps program. If you are interested, please click below to find the unit in your area. Or, for more information, contact your local health department.

    Find your unit
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    2020 Statewide MRC Summit

    The 2020 Utah MRC Summit will be held in conjunction with the Empower & Educate for Emergencies conference Feb. 6 in St. George. Check back for more information when it's available.

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    Utah Medical Reserve Corps Programs

    Local Units

    Bear River (Cache, Box Elder and Rich Counties)

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    Davis County

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    Weber & Morgan Counties

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    Salt Lake County

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    Wasatch County

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    Summit County

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    Tri-County (Daggett, Duchesne and Uintah Counties)

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    Utah County

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    Central (Juab, Millard, Piute, Sanpete, Sevier and Wayne Counties)

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    Southwest (Beaver, Garfield, Iron, Kane and Washington Counties)

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    San Juan County

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    Our unit is coordinated by Southeastern Utah  MRC.

    Southeastern (Carbon, Emery and Grand Counties)

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    Volunteer

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