What should a BC-MRC volunteer expect?

When you sign up to become a BC-MRC volunteer you will be expected to participate in some basic emergency preparedness and response training. This training will help prepare you for participation in an emergency response and provide you with knowledge on personal preparedness. Some training will also be provided for specific volunteer opportunities such as participation in the Bucks County Health Department point of dispensing (POD) drill and flu vaccination drill. Volunteers must pass a background check as a standard precaution for membership. Any member with current licensures or certifications will need to provide the BC-MRC with a copy for our records. Every member should expect to be called upon to contribute their services during an emergency. Of course this is voluntary but BC-MRC members should anticipate being contacted to volunteer during an emergency.

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1. Who can join the Bucks County Medical Reserve Corps (BC-MRC)?
2. What are the benefits of volunteering with the BC-MRC?
3. What should a BC-MRC volunteer expect?
4. What will a BC-MRC volunteer do?
5. How can I sign up? How can I change my information?