Monroe County Medical Reserve Corps. Unit # 2781


Our mission is to serve our communities primarily, and offer assistance to surrounding areas, in conjunction with our communities’ partners, in emergency and non-emergency situations.

The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a national network of more than 200,000 volunteers, organized locally to improve the health and safety of their communities. MRC volunteers step up to keep their family, friends, and neighbors safe and healthy.

MRC Activities
Examples of activities that MRC volunteers participate in and support include the following:

  • Emergency preparedness and response trainings and exercises
  • Emergency shelter operations and medical care
  • Disaster medical and behavioral health support
  • Medical facility surge support
  • Mass dispensing efforts (e.g., medication, water, other supplies)
  • Disease testing and surveillance
  • Community vaccination clinics
  • Veterinary care
  • Support services to disaster call centers, family assistance centers, and reception/evacuation centers
  • Emergency operations center and communications support
  • Patient movement support
  • Search and rescue operations
  • Disaster clean-up and recovery support
  • First aid and medical support during large public gatherings
  • Community education and outreach
  • Emergency preparedness and response planning, logistical, and administrative support
  • And more…

Who Can Volunteer?

The Monroe County MRC is looking for both medical and nonmedical professionals to volunteer. We need medical and public health professionals such as physicians, pharmacists, dentists, nurses, and veterinarians. We also need non-medical personnel to fill key positions including chaplains, interpreters, legal advisors, office workers, etc.  All adults over age 18 are invited to apply.  If you want to help your community, this is a great opportunity to get involved! It’s also a great way to better prepare yourself and your family for potential disasters.

Volunteers and Monroe County Health Department staff prepare paperwork and vaccines while residents line up for COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at the Monroe County Fairgrounds.

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Meet Our Unit Leader

Marsha Wild, RN BSN, has been a nurse for 39 years and worked in public health for over 30! Her experience and heart makes her the perfect unit leader for our MRC!



Call or Text Marsha at

618-612-7105 or email her at

[email protected]

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Marsha WildUnit LeaderCell: 618.612.7105[email protected]
Victoria KehrerAssistant Unit LeaderWork: 618.939.3871
Ext: 218
Cell: 618.719.9741[email protected]
Kevin ScheibeEMA Public Safety DirectorWork: 618.939.8681
Ext: 534
[email protected]
Ryan WeberEMA Public Safety Assistant DirectorWork: 618.939.8681
Ext: 531
[email protected]

Residents line up as volunteers and the Monroe County Health Department staff hand out Stumpy’s Hand Sanitizer at the fairgrounds