Helping to improve the overall preparedness of Hunterdon County residents
Accomplishing rewarding work
Getting to know your community better
Acquiring new skills, knowledge, and training
Gaining experience in the medical, public health, and social service field
Non-minimum time requirement
Earning academic credit or meeting a community service requirement
In 2021, Hunterdon County Medical Reserve Corps volunteers contributed over 5,800 hours assisting the Health Department with answering calls at the COVID-19 hotline and staffing COVID-19 vaccine clinics. This includes an estimated 500 volunteer shifts, 70 clinics, and 20,000 doses of vaccine administered. Thank you to our amazing volunteers!