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Yavapai County Medical Reserve Corps ( 7 )

Medical and non-medical volunteers who assist when local public health or medical surge capacity is needed; many have made themselves available for deployment. Most medical volunteers are not hospital employees, which makes them a true asset if hospital surge capacity is needed. Non-medical volunteers would be used in roles such as traffic control, data entry and communications. Volunteers also help provide routine community services and health education.

Community/Jurisdiction Served:

Yavapai County

Jurisdiction Notes :

Sponsoring Organization:
Yavapai County Community Health Services


Unit Information:
1090 Commerce Drive
Prescott, AZ 86305

Contact Information:
brian supalla
10 South 6th Street
(928) 634-6895
Cottonwood, AZ 86326

Unit Volunteers (816 Total) :
Volunteer Type Count
Physicians 29
Physician Assistants 4
Nurse Practitioners 10
Nurses 158
Pharmacists 16
Dentists 1
Veterinarians 5
Mental Health Professionals 8
EMS Professionals 18
Respiratory Therapists 3
Other Public Health/Medical 37
Non-Public Health/Non-Medical 527

Recent Activities:

8/26/2013 - 9/9/2013
Yavapai County is assessing the need for CPR/First Aid training for MRC volunteers in our area. We released our standard MRC Newsletter toward the end of August 2013 to discuss the need for training. Our plan is to provide a training in January 2014 to address this need.

7/1/2013 - 7/15/2013
Yavapai county MRC volunteers assisted with the Yarnell Hill Fire near Prescott, Arizona and served in roles that included providing tdap vaccinations and general phone bank assistance. This was the fire that took the lives of 19 firefighters.

6/18/2013 - 6/22/2013
Yavapai County MRC volunteers support the Doce Fire near Prescott, Arizona. Participation mainly came in the form of phone bank assistance.

2/27/2013 - 3/1/2013
Volunteers participated in a three-day full-scale SNS exercise, staffing a public warehouse and deploying to another county to help dispense antibiotics to exposed populations.

12/21/2012 - 12/21/2012
Briefed volunteers on upcoming participation in statewide full-scale exercise. They will be deploying to another county to staff a Closed POD.