Lake County Medical Reserve Corps

The goal of the Lake County Medical Reserve Corps (LCMRC) is to increase the health care surge capacity of the county as support to the existing health care system in the event of a major emergency, pandemic and/or to support local public health needs.

Medical Reserve Corps volunteers can and will serve a vital role by assisting with ongoing public health needs. The most important principle for such a Medical Reserve Corps unit is that it should not replace existing resources and capabilities; it is a supplement to existing ones.
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Volunteer with the Lake County Mass Vaccination effort 

Think about the difference you can make by joining our local Medical Reserve Corps. Help us to protect your family and community by being a part of the mass vaccination effort in Lake County.

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Opportunities for Non-Medical Volunteers 

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Opportunities for Volunteers with a Valid Medical License

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What You Need to Know

  • We ask that our volunteers commit to at least 8 shifts (9am – 4pm) within a 10 week period.
  • Employees of Lake County Health Department are not required to commit to 8 shifts, but must have supervisor approval prior to assisting at our mass vaccination sites.
  • Volunteers may need to stand for long periods of time.
  • Some roles require volunteers to be outside, regardless of weather. Volunteers must have appropriate clothing for the current weather conditions

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Volunteer FAQs

Find answers to your frequently asked questions about becoming a volunteer for the vaccination efforts.

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Volunteer Checklist

Review this checklist to help you complete the volunteer application.

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More Volunteer Opportunities

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