Volunteering with NAMRC
HOW CAN YOU HELP?NAMRC volunteers can have an immense impact on the health and safety of the communities that they serve. During disasters, the NAMRC matches personnel resources with public health needs to ensure an efficient recovery. In non-crisis time, NAMRC volunteers contribute to a variety of community outreach and education projects. NAMRC volunteers play a vital part in promoting healthy living throughout the year and in preparing for and responding to emergencies. read more about the work & vision of NAMRC here >
WHO CAN HELP?
Medical or public health professional such as:physicians, nurses, pharmacists, dentists, veterinarians, respiratory therapist, medical technologists, physical therapist, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, mental health professionals, EMTs, and epidemiologists – promote and uphold the health of the community.
interpreters, chaplains, office workers, legal advisors, and others—provide the NAMRC with administrative, logistics, and communication support.