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Okaloosa-Walton Medical Reserve Corps

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What is the OWMRC?
The Okaloosa-Walton Medical Reserve Corps (OWMRC) is an organization of medical and non-medical volunteers who contribute their skills and expertise during community emergencies, and when available, during skills-building activities throughout the year.  The OWMRC is hosted by the Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County, but serves both Okaloosa and Walton Counties.

•  4th Quarter 2013

•  3rd Quarter 2013

•  2nd Quarter 2013

   • Hurricane Huddle Presentation

•  1st Quarter 2013
•  1st Quarter 2012

3rd Quarter 2011


  Contact the OWMRC
Submit your question
call 850-833-9240 x 2149.

Ready to Volunteer?
Fully complete the steps below. If you have any questions or difficulties, please call Katie at 850-833-9240 x 2149.

Part 1  |  Registration
 1A.  Register in the State Emergency Responders and
          Volunteers of Florida system, www.SERVFL.com

**In the event that the State Emergency Responders and Volunteers of Florida System, www.SERVFL.com, is unavailable please complete the MRC Volunteer Contact Form, and one of our team members will contact you shortly after submission. Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Katie Holbrook at (850) 833-9240, ext. 2149.

   1B.  Complete the Chapter 110 Volunteer Application Form*
          Please bring your completed form to orientation.
          *Required by the Florida Department of Health

   1C.  Complete the Background Screening Information Sheet
          Bring this to orientation.

   1D.  Complete the Photo Release Form
          Bring this to orientation.

Part 2 | Orientation
Contact Katie at (850) 833-9240, ext. 2149 to get set-up for orientation. Orientation can be worked into your schedule.

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Already Signed Up?

There is very important training to complete! Federal law requires all MRC members to have basic training in the Incident Command System (ICS), along with an introduction to the National Incident Management System (NIMS). And, to ensure your readiness to assist during emergencies, the OWMRC requires all volunteers to complete "Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness".

Please complete the following trainings.
•  IS-22 - "Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness"
•  IS-100b & IS-700 (through Advanced Health Education Center (AHEC) to receive Continuing Education Units (CEUs))
•  IS-100.b - "Introduction to Incident Command System" (through FEMA Independent Study)
•  IS-700.a - "NIMS -an Introduction"  (through FEMA Independent Study)

Not sure which trainings you need? Contact Ashley at 850-833-9240 x. 2381.



About the OWMRC
Want to learn more? www.medicalreservecorps.gov

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  This page was updated on 2-Jul-14

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