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Medical Reserve Corps Members in Action

MRC members work hard and have a lot of fun while they're at it. Below are some highlights from exercises, trainings, and events from recent years.

Building Bridges With the FBI

Boulder County MRC members participated in an exercise focused on potential roles in small group discussions about complex scenarios. Learn more on page four of the Spring 2012 edition of the National MRC Newsletter. (834 KB)

Peas in a Pod Exercise

April 24th, 2012, Boulder County Public Health, BCMRC and hospital staff from Boulder County Health and Medical Response (HAMR) group worked to organize the county’s medical supplies cache into ‘pods’ so that we now have all the supplies needed for each ward or ‘pod’ at an Alternative Care Site (ACS) in one self-contained unit. A crew from the Boulder County Jail assisted with emptying and reloading the supply trailers. The trailers also contain supplies that could be used to assist access and functional needs clients at an evacuation site or general population shelter.

MRC Ten-Year Anniversary

As the Medical Reserve Corps celebrates its ten-year anniversary, this video provides a look at its history and the events that have shaped it.

The Medical Reserve Corps of Boulder County (MRCBC) has agreed to provide medical care at special needs population shelters during natural disasters and emergencies.

Gail Wright, BCPH staff, confers with MRCBC members Teresa Rice and Lynn Kimball

Gail Wright, Boulder County Public Health staff, confers with MRCBC members Teresa Rice and Lynn Kimball.

Milton Lerman and Ann Sullivan

Milton Lerman, MRCBC Advisory Council member, and Ann Sullivan from the Mental Health Center of Boulder and Broomfield Counties, demonstrate how special needs population shelter clients would be transported during a natural disaster or emergency.

Dr. Pat Cavanaugh with Doug Miller

Dr. Pat Cavanaugh, on the right, discusses special needs population shelter housing issues with Doug Miller with the Red Cross.

Beverly Gholson

Beverly Gholson, MRCBC member, adjusts the foot of one of the cots that would be used at a special needs population shelter during a natural disaster or emergency.

MRCBC Member Participates in First National Deployment Training

Beverly Gholson

Beverly Gholson (second from left) who graduated from the Medical Reserve Corps' national deployment training, held Oct. 27-31, in Bethesda, MD.  Beverly was one of 20 participants, selected from 200 applicants, to the national training.

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