Collin County Medical Reserve Corps

Collin County Medical Reserve Corps is a Volunteer Group Mutual Supporter of DAPA for Our Members,

The Collin County Medical Reserve Corps is a community oriented and community service organization. Our mission is to help Collin County in the event of a public health emergency. We also work actively in our neighborhoods and communities throughout the year in a broad range of events and trainings.


Help the community in a public health disaster


Provide medication to every member of Collin County within 48 hours of a nationally declared emergency

Disaster Task:

In the event of a disaster, the Medial Reserve Corps staffs 24 pre-identified point of dispensing or POD sites throughout Collin County. A POD site is a location where medications are given to the public. In an emergency, POD sites are activated, receive medication, and provide medicine to every person in the community within 48 hours of a nationally declared emergency.

Medical Reserve Corps Roles:

Medical Reserve Corps roles include leadership and planning, training other volunteers, administrative and office assistance, outreach and education for the general public, epidemiology, surge assistance, and volunteer recruitment.

We need people like you for the following positions:

We participate in the following local events:

  • Collin Classic Bike Race
  • Health and Emergency Preparedness Fairs
  • Flu Clinics
  • Radio Communication Contest
  • National Clear the Animal Shelter Day
  • Homeless Count

Public Health Emergency Preparedness Contact

4300 Community Avenue

McKinney, Texas 75071

Phone: (972) 548-5539


Click here for Collin County’s MRC’s Website

Lynette Hudson, MPA, EMT-P

PHEP Coordinator

Office: 972-548-4708

Cell: 21-250-6627

HAM License: KGQ5GVE