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Okaloosa-Walton Medical Reserve Corps.

OWMRC Team Leader

What is the OWMRC? 

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The Okaloosa-Walton Medical Reserve Corps (OWMRC) is an organization of medical and non-medical volunteers who contribute their skills and expertise during community emergencies, and when available, during skills-building activities throughout the year. The OWMRC is hosted by the Florida Department of Health in Okaloosa County, but serves both Okaloosa and Walton Counties.

  • Ready to Volunteer?
Fully complete the steps below. If you have any questions or difficulties, please call us at 850-344-0570.


1. Complete the Chapter 110 Volunteer Application Form* (doc 164 kb)
Please bring your completed form to orientation.
*Required by the Florida Department of Health

2. Complete the Background Screening Information Sheet (pdf 53.189kb)
Bring this to orientation.

3. Complete the Photo Release Form(doc 169 kb)
Bring this to orientation.

4. Complete the Volunteer Record Check (pdf 30 kb)
Bring this to orientation.

5. Complete the Acceptable Use and Confidentiality Agreement form (pdf 799 kb)
Bring this to orientation.

Part 2 | Orientation

One of our team leaders will be contacting you to schedule the mandatory one-hour orientation. Orientation can be worked into your schedule.

  • Already Signed Up?

There is very important training to complete!

Federal law requires all MRC members to have basic training in the Incident Command System (ICS), along with an introduction to the National Incident Management System (NIMS). 

These trainings are online and FREE! 

IS-100.c - "Introduction to Incident Command System" (through FEMA Independent Study)
IS-700.b- "NIMS -an Introduction" (through FEMA Independent Study)