Chester County Medical Reserve Corps

What is the purpose of the Chester County MRC?


To improve the health and safety of the residents of Chester County by establishing a loyal group of medical and non-medical volunteers to augment our existing emergency medical personnel resources in the County.


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Why should I volunteer for the MRC?



The MRC provides the following benefits: 
  • Learning opportunities and skills development.
  • Priority vaccination/medication during an emergency.
  • Free training and professional CEUs.
  • Disaster and emergency response opportunities.
  • Networking and interaction.
  • Hands-on drills and exercises.
Most of all, the MRC will provide you with a sense of pride and accomplishment by serving your community.

Who should volunteer for the MRC?


The Chester County Health Department is actively recruiting dedicated medical professionals and non-medical volunteers to join the MRC team. 

How do I sign up?



  1. Visit https://www.serv.pa.gov/
  2. Click Register Now
  3. Read the registration instructions and select Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) from the dropdown box. (see diagram below)
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Need more information?

If you have any questions, or need further information, please email mrc@chesco.org or call 610.344.5320.


​To learn more about the history of the MRC visit: A Brief History of the Medical Reserve Corps