Bainbridge Island MRC

VOLUNTEER LEVELS

General Volunteer

You will be informed about MRC training opportunities and will be notified when the MRC is activated in the hope that you will be able to volunteer at the disaster medical clinic.

Requirements for a General Volunteer include:

  • Basic CPR training
  • Completion of a personal & family preparedness plan
  • Two easy/fast online training courses– ICS 100 and FEMA IS 700
  • If you are a licensed medical provider and plan to volunteer in that capacity then you will be required to keep your WA state medical licensure up to date.

Contributing Volunteer

You will be informed about MRC training opportunities, you will be part of the planning and organization of the MRC – which may include meetings every 1-2 months, and you will be notified when the MRC is activated with the expectation that you will volunteer at the disaster medical clinic.

Requirements for a Contributing Volunteer include:

  • Basic CPR training
  • Completion of a personal & family preparedness plan
  • Two easy/fast online training courses– ICS 100 and FEMA IS 700
  • Demonstration of safe behavior during MRC training activities.
  • If you are a licensed medical provider and plan to volunteer in that capacity then you will be required to keep your WA state medical licensure up to date.

Optional Training for a Contributing Volunteers includes:

  • Disaster Responder Health and Safety online training
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) online training
  • HAZMAT for Healthcare Providers: Awareness Level online training
  • ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support)
  • WUMP (Wilderness Medicine Upgrade for Medical Professionals)
Bainbridge Island Medical Reserve Corps — now accepting volunteers!