Be a Preparedness Volunteer with the Charlotte County Health Department

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In Florida, disasters such as Hurricanes, wildfires and mass-casualty incidents are tragically familiar. Other threats like terrorism and pandemic flu may lie just beyond the horizon. When such events occur they threaten to overwhelm local resources.

Often impossible to avert or prevent, large-scale emergencies have sharpened our understanding of the health dangers we face. They’ve made us aware of the importance of emergency preparedness, and of the need for a volunteer organization of practicing and retired medical professionals teamed with non-health field lay citizens ready to fill the gaps in care that arise when disaster strikes home.

Who can volunteer?

Non-medical volunteers

  • We welcome people from all backgrounds with a variety of skills, including:
  • Computer or technical skills.
  • Organizational and clerical skills.
  • Marketing and communications skills.
  • Knowledge of foreign languages.
  • An energetic commitment to helping others.
Medical volunteers
  • Registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and certified nursing assistants.
  • Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.
  • Physicians and dentists.
  • Advanced registered nurse practitioners.
  • Paramedics and EMT’s
  • Anyone who wants to help, including students, business professionals, retirees and others.

How do I sign up?


Volunteer Application Form

First Name:   Last Name:

Address:

City:   State:   Zip:

Phone: Email:

Comments / Skills / Other Helpful Information

Type the number seen in the box and click Submit.

   

 


For information after business hours please call 941-624-7200.

Department of Health Mission: To protect, promote & improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, & community efforts.
 

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