Madison County Medical Reserve Corps

DBH Website Flyer11.1.2023

About Madison County MRC Unit:

Madison County Health Department seeks individuals from all occupations and/or backgrounds including non-medical occupations to volunteer for the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC).  In the event of any emergency or any type of public health disaster, Madison County Health Department has been designated as the agency to provide available medications to the public to prevent disease.  MRC volunteers will assist in most areas of Point of Dispensing (POD) operations including but not limited to distribution, dispensing available medication, restocking supplies, crowd control, clerical duties, and education. 

In addition to being ready to respond in an emergency, MRC volunteers may also engage in opportunities to promote emergency preparedness and other health and wellness initiatives in the community.  

For additional information, please email

How to Join the Madison County Medical Reserve Corps:
Below are the documents you need to complete in order to begin the volunteer application process.  Once we receive the these completed and signed forms, they will be filed and kept confidential except on a need to know basis, e.g. in the event of a region-wide or bi-state emergency that would require the help of volunteers from several or all local health departments.  You will be notified when your application is fully processed.

Documents to review, complete, and submit are:

Volunteer Application
Emergency Service and Disaster Oath
Workforce Confidentiality Agreement
Multimedia Release Authorization Form (Optional) 

Please email completed forms to: or mail to Madison County Health Department.