Improving the health, emergency response and resiliency in our communities.
November 5 - MCIR Team
Mass Casualty Incident Response
Table Top Exercise
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Incorporating MRCSA partner
Vacmobile - www.vacmobile.app
December 3 - ECCC Workshop
Emergency Civilian Casualty Care
9:00 to 11:00 am
Abrams Public Health Center
3950 S. Country Club Road
January 7 - Shelter Support Team
Training and Shelter Rodeo Review
9:00 to 11:30 am
Location: American Red Cross
3470 Universal Way
MRCSA welcomes licensed health and medical personnel, including nurses, nurse practitioners, veterinarians, pharmacists, doctors, chiropractors, physician assistants, behavioral health professionals and dentists.
Volunteers with active licenses as well as retired health professionals and students in healthcare career tracks are the Medical Reserve Corps of Southern Arizona.
MRCSA Community Roles and Responsibilities
MRCSA volunteers are prepared to provide surge capacity in local disasters, including but not limited to assisting with medical and non-medical functions at mass prophylaxis and vaccination clinics; exercise and drill planning and participation; staffing call centers and phone banks; post-event incident follow-up; supporting continuity of operations for hospitals and clinics during public health emergencies; assisting community long-term recovery efforts through outreach and assistance; data collection and entry; general and post crisis education; foreign language education and interpretation; information technology support; local resource dissemination; and other logistical support at public clinics. Non-emergent activities address daily community health needs.
Our 2022-23 Board of Directors
Keith Boesen, PharmD - President
Sheldon Marks MD - Vice President
Steve Nash - Secretary - Treasurer
Cynthia Dowdall PhD
Sean Elliott MD
Lois Marecek MEd, LPC
Harry McDermott MD
Mary Stebbins RN