Accountability of MRC

MRC units across the nation must maintain compliance with the Division of the Civilian Volunteer Medical Reserve Corps (DCVMRC), headquartered in the Office of the U.S. Surgeon General, to maintain active national registry status.  The DCVMRC functions as a clearinghouse for information and best practices to help communities establish, implement and maintain MRC units nationwide.

Oklahoma's Program Policy and Development Council, which consists of representatives from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), the Emergency Medical Services Authority (EMSA), the Oklahoma Office of Homeland Security (OKOHS), The Tulsa Health Department (THD) and Oklahoma City-County Health Department (OCCHD) oversees the OKMRC program.  The purpose of this committee is to make leadership decisions for OKMRC program operations and activities.  This committee guides and directs the foundational elements of the OKMRC program.

The OKMRC Program also includes a Statewide Partnership Coalition which represents a diverse group of stakeholders, community partners and response agencies and their vested interest in the OKMRC program.

The OKMRC State Coordinator is directly responsible for coordinating program management and development.

OKMRC County Coordinators serve as the point of contact for local volunteers and as liaisons between local community partners and the OKMRC Program Office.