Loudoun Medical Reserve Corps

Loudoun Medical Reserve Corps Medical and non medical volunteers assisting the health department. The MRC unit in Loudoun was formed in November 2003 to improve the county's ability to respond to public health emergencies, whether naturally occurring or man-made.

Medical and non-medical volunteers assist the Health Department in preparing for the possibility of opening emergency mass vaccination and medication dispensing clinics. MRC members can also assist with other public health responses in our community and have the opportunity to be trained in CPR, First Aid and other classes such as REVIVE!if they so desire. The MRC is currently coordinated by Francis Rath and is a component of the health department.

Operating as usual

10/09/2021

Lost your vaccine card? Need to show proof of vaccination? Get your COVID-19 Vaccination Record with QR code! Visit vaccinate.virginia.gov to get started.

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10/08/2021

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DYK? You can get a COVID-19 vaccine and a flu vaccine at the same time. COVID-19 vaccines may also be administered with other vaccines without regard to timing. Previous knowledge with other vaccines has shown that the way our bodies develop an immune response, and possible side effects after getting vaccinated, are generally the same when a vaccine is given alone or given with other vaccines. More information: http://ow.ly/v3JP50Glosg

09/27/2021

#Loudoun County is now offering booster doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to certain groups of people as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
➡The boosters for these specific populations are to be administered at least six months (180 days) after the second dose of Pfizer vaccine.
➡The recommendations from the CDC do not include people who received the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccines
Read more here: https://bit.ly/3ocO14M

The Loudoun MRC, in conjunction with other MRC units in our region, was activated from 8/17 to 8/25, on short notice, to...
08/31/2021

The Loudoun MRC, in conjunction with other MRC units in our region, was activated from 8/17 to 8/25, on short notice, to assist with the Afghan repatriation and refugee efforts at Washington Dulles International Airport. Our primary mission was providing Covid-19 testing and interpretation services.

During these days 95 Loudoun MRC volunteers put in over 921 hours of time in support of this mission. Volunteers worked 3 shifts, 24 hours a day at the airport!

I am incredible proud and thankful for the amazing response we received to our call for assistance and for the willingness of the MRC volunteers to tireless work to assist with this effort.

Loudoun MRC volunteers also remain active with a number of other tasks such as Covid-19 vaccination and testing and back to school events.

We need to be prepared to respond for whatever the future may bring. If you want to be able to help in any health response it is vital that you be part of an organization such as the MRC as, for security reasons, spontaneous unaffiliated volunteers generally can not be used.

For more information or if you would be interested in helping please go to www.loudoun.gov/mrc.

This was sent to me by INOVA and it deserved to be shared. I want to take a moment to thank everyone for making INOVA's ...
08/31/2021

This was sent to me by INOVA and it deserved to be shared.
I want to take a moment to thank everyone for making INOVA's Back to School Event on Saturday a huge success! It’s a true reflection of “ One Team”. Even with such short notice, they were able to get 40 plus volunteers (MRC and others) to help out with this event. A total of 102 children received a back to school physical, caught up on their vaccinations and received their TB screening. This turn-out demonstrates the large need in our community for the work that we do every day.

Incredible work by everyone!!!!!

For more information on the Loudoun MRC please go to www.loudoun.gov/mrc.

This was sent to me by INOVA and it deserved to be shared.
I want to take a moment to thank everyone for making INOVA's Back to School Event on Saturday a huge success! It’s a true reflection of “ One Team”. Even with such short notice, they were able to get 40 plus volunteers (MRC and others) to help out with this event. A total of 102 children received a back to school physical, caught up on their vaccinations and received their TB screening. This turn-out demonstrates the large need in our community for the work that we do every day.

Incredible work by everyone!!!!!

For more information on the Loudoun MRC please go to www.loudoun.gov/mrc.

Photos from Loudoun Medical Reserve Corps's post
07/30/2021

Photos from Loudoun Medical Reserve Corps's post

The Loudoun Chamber of Commerce awarded the 2021 Community Healthcare Heroes Award to the Loudoun MRC for our response t...
07/30/2021

The Loudoun Chamber of Commerce awarded the 2021 Community Healthcare Heroes Award to the Loudoun MRC for our response to the Covid-19 pandemic. MRC volunteers are continuing to support, and are a vital component of, the County efforts. Thank you to all our volunteers.
More information on the MRC and volunteer information can be found at www.Loudoun.gov/MRC.

This past Wednesday the Loudoun MRC was at the Loudoun Hunger Relief Mobile Market Service in the Sterling Park Neighbor...
07/23/2021

This past Wednesday the Loudoun MRC was at the Loudoun Hunger Relief Mobile Market Service in the Sterling Park Neighborhood assisting Medspack in providing vaccinations to the community. Www.Loudoun.gov/MRC

Over 250 Loudoun MRC members received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for volunteering at least 100 hours since...
07/21/2021

Over 250 Loudoun MRC members received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for volunteering at least 100 hours since the beginning of our response to the pandemic.
A total of almost 2000 members have assisted at some level.
We simply could not respond as we have done and are continuing to do without the amazing MRC volunteers.
MRC volunteers are ready to assist wherever needed. Www.Loudoun.gov/MRC.

On Independence Day, Loudoun MRC members were working with Loudoun Fire & Rescue to provide vaccinations at the 4th of J...
07/05/2021

On Independence Day, Loudoun MRC members were working with Loudoun Fire & Rescue to provide vaccinations at the 4th of July event at Ida Lee Park in Leesburg. Loudoun MRC volunteers have now been responding to the Covid pandemic day in and day out for over 16 months. For more information about the MRC go to www.Loudoun.gov/mrc.

Thank you to the BOS and all the MRC Members who stepped up and are a key component in our response to this pandemic.
06/16/2021

Thank you to the BOS and all the MRC Members who stepped up and are a key component in our response to this pandemic.

The Loudoun MRC has received the 2021 Program Recognition Award in the Community Response Category from ASPR (the Assist...
04/23/2021

The Loudoun MRC has received the 2021 Program Recognition Award in the Community Response Category from ASPR (the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response) for its Covid-19 testing efforts.

The Loudoun MRC has received the 2021 Program Recognition Award in the Community Response Category from ASPR (the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response) for its Covid-19 testing efforts.

Congratulations to each member of the Loudoun MRC for your outstanding volunteer efforts over the past year.
04/06/2021

Congratulations to each member of the Loudoun MRC for your outstanding volunteer efforts over the past year.

Congratulations to each member of the Loudoun MRC for your outstanding volunteer efforts over the past year.

Loudoun MRC supports COVID-19 vaccinations at Riverside High School this weekend
04/05/2021

Loudoun MRC supports COVID-19 vaccinations at Riverside High School this weekend

Loudoun MRC helped provide over 1,000 COVID-19 vaccinations on Easter Sunday at the ADAMS Center
04/05/2021

Loudoun MRC helped provide over 1,000 COVID-19 vaccinations on Easter Sunday at the ADAMS Center

Loudoun MRC helping to vaccinate disabled residents and their caregivers with ECNV
03/19/2021

Loudoun MRC helping to vaccinate disabled residents and their caregivers with ECNV

Photos from Loudoun County Health Department's post
01/24/2021

Photos from Loudoun County Health Department's post

Photos from Loudoun County Government's post
12/29/2020

Photos from Loudoun County Government's post

Loudoun MRC help provide first COVID-19 vaccinations in Loudoun County
12/29/2020

Loudoun MRC help provide first COVID-19 vaccinations in Loudoun County

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12/14/2020
Virginia Medical Reserve Corps recruiting volunteers for vaccine distribution

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Health experts call the future distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine a huge undertaking. The Commonwealth is recruiting medical volunteers to help with injections and community members to aid in logistics. Volunteer numbers for the Greater Prince William Medical Reserve Corps nearly doubled since the...

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12/10/2020
Virginia Medical Reserve Corps recruiting volunteers for vaccine distribution

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Health experts call the future distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine a huge undertaking. The Commonwealth is recruiting medical volunteers to help with injections and community members to aid in logistics. Volunteer numbers for the Greater Prince William Medical Reserve Corps nearly doubled since the...

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Today Governor of Virginia issued a call for an additional 30,000 medical and non-medical volunteers to treat the rising number of COVID-19 patients in Virginia’s health care system.

Over 13,000 Virginians have already volunteered to serve through the VA Medical Reserve Corps. Learn more about how to join the fight against COVID-19 at www.vamrc.org.
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Mailing address: PO box 7000, MSC 68, Leesburg, VA 20177-7000 Attn: Francis Rath

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