The Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) Program spotlights volunteers that highlight the MRC Program's mission; underscore the importance of volunteerism; and promote collaboration at the local, state, and national levels. New spotlights will be added to illustrate the work being performed throughout the nation by MRC volunteers.
If you have a volunteer that you would like to submit for consideration to be spotlighted, please visit our Volunteer Spotlight Nomination page.
Mary Dameron has been a volunteer with the Crater Medical Reserve Corps in Virginia since March 2013. Her professional background is as a registered nurse specializing in Rehabilitation and Case Management. One of her roles with the MRC is serving as a vaccinator on the unit’s Point of Dispensing Group. Mary’s dedication as a volunteer was clear when she did not hesitate to support her unit’s flu clinic with less than 24 hours’ notice and supported the Tri-annual RIC International Exercise in the pouring down rain with no complaint. Mary has been deployed for 22 community events serving a total of 52 hours to date. Crater MRC leader, Katrina Broner, describes Mary Dameron as a highly dependable volunteer ready to support her community in times of public health need. Click here to view a photo of Mary at a 2015 flu clinic.
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