The Cuyahoga County Medical Reserve Corps (CCMRC) is a volunteer organization that was established on February 21, 2006 to support the local public health departments in their emergency preparedness initiatives. Volunteers from the 59 cities, villages, and townships in Cuyahoga County make up the CCMRC.
The CCMRC will encourage volunteers to use their professional expertise to improve the public health of their communities on an ongoing basis. During times of crisis and non-crisis, volunteers will supplement the existing public health infrastructure to improve overall preparedness and to promote healthy behaviors, prevention of disease, and provision of care in the community.
The CCMRC will enhance emergency preparedness and response capabilities in Cuyahoga County by recruiting, training, and coordinating medical, non-medical, and public health volunteers to assist in preparedness and response to a public health emergency, including mass dispensing/vaccination.
CCMRC Core Values
Action: We seek opportunities to develop meaningful initiatives that support community medical and public health volunteerism and service.
Resourcefulness: We maximize our potential to learn and leverage relationships and assets.
Teamwork: We embrace collaboration and work collectively to achieve our mission.
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