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Welcome

Your local health district is working with national, state, and local governments and civic agencies to develop and coordinate disaster response to a variety of different hazards, ranging from natural disasters to explosive, nuclear, biological, and chemical terrorism. Volunteers are needed to provide assistance and depth to our existing response teams. 

     The Tristate Medical Reserve Corps (TMRC) is a volunteer group that brings health professionals and others together to support local public health and emergency and medical services.   The TMRC includes representatives from 3 states, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, and includes a 21 county region. 

     For more information regarding the TMRC, contact the TMRC office at jared.warner@cincinnati-oh.gov or call your local public health department and ask for the TMRC representative. 

 

News

The TMRC is on Facebook!  Become a group member by searching for Tristate Medical Reserve Corps, or going directly to the page from here.

TMRC Spotlight Spring 2013 Newsletter

TMRC Spotlight Fall 2012 Newsletter

TMRC Spotlight April 2012 Newsletter

 

TMRC Radio Spots

The Cincinnati Health Department recently conducted a major advertising campaign.  Click below to hear some of their radio interviews.

 

Lincoln Ware

Nathan Ive

Rodney Lear

 

Northern Kentucky MRC also recorded a radio spot, which can be heard here.

Text Box: Tristate Medical Reserve Corps
Serving Southwest Ohio, Northern 
Kentucky, and  Southeast Indiana

2014 Tristate Disaster Volunteer Summit

The TMRC has posted its registration for our annual training summit.  See the flyer, or register below.  Hope to see you there.

Register for the Summit

TMRC Online Orientation Training

The TMRC has posted its orientation training online.  This orientation is required of all volunteers, and classroom based options are still scheduled throughout the year if you prefer a traditional classroom setting. 

Take the Training