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Delaware Medical Reserve Corps (DMRC)

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The Division of Public Health (DPH) Office of Preparedness oversees and coordinates a statewide Medical Reserve Corps unit composed of healthcare and non-healthcare volunteers. The goal of the Delaware Medical Reserve Corps (DMRC) is to provide support to the Division of Public Health during an emergency or disaster. The DMRC continues to recruit volunteers that are willing to be trained and are able to respond to assist the DPH in an emergency.

The Delaware State Emergency Registry for Healthcare Personnel, or SERVDE, is an automated registration system that establishes and certifies the qualifications of healthcare volunteers, to include Delaware Medical Reserve Corps members. The SERVDE is part of the National Emergency System for Advance Registration of Volunteer Health Professionals (ESAR-VHP) program to assist states in the development of a standardized program for registering volunteer health professionals in advance of an emergency or disaster. SERVDE is a single, centralized source of volunteer information to facilitate intra-state, state-to-state, and state-to-federal transfer of volunteer health professionals.

For registration information with DMRC please visit the website:  www.delawaremrc.org

To view the Delaware Medical Reserve Brochure:  DMRC Brochure

For information on trainnings/workshops:  DMRC Calendar

For more information on National MRC go to:



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