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MRC Registration Criteria FAQs

MRC Registration Criteria FAQs

MRC units supplement a community’s existing emergency medical response capabilities and public health infrastructure. Coordinating with local community/government stakeholders and nurturing a broad network of partners is critical for an MRC to carry out its mission. An MRC unit cannot work in isolation and will not be successful if it does not establish strong, solid working relationships with its stakeholders and partners. The following are some common local MRC partners:

  • Health Department
  • Board of Health
  • Emergency Management Agency
  • Other Local Governmental Agencies/Departments
  • American Red Cross Chapter
  • Citizen Corps Council
  • Volunteer Center
  • Hospital/Health System
  • Non-Governmental Organization
  • Faith-Based Organization
  • Medical/Professional Society
  • Civic Organization
  • Private Business
  • Fire Department/Fire Protection District
  • District Law Enforcement Agency
  • EMS Agency
  • Council of Governments/Regional Planning Commission
  • State Organization/Agency
  • Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS)
  • Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI)
  • Cities Readiness Initiative (CRI)/Strategic National Stockpile (SNS)
  • National Disaster Medical System (NDMS)