Tulalip Tribes
Emergency Management

6406 Marine Dr.
Tulalip, WA 98271

Phone: 360-716-4006

Emergency Response Guide

Tulalip Medical Reserve Corps

Medical Reserve Corps

"Dedicated to establishing teams of local Tribal volunteer medical and public health professionals to contribute their skills and expertise throughout the year as well as during times of community need."

Welcome to the Tulalip Tribes Medical Reserve Corps webpage. As the Tulalip Tribes develops its TMRC, this webpage will be updated and improved to meet the needs of the medical volunteers at Tulalip. For more information about the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC), please visit


 The Tulalip Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is part of a national program with a community-based emphasis.  Its mission is to utilize volunteers to support communities during emergencies and in other times of need.  Volunteering with the MRC is an opportunity to make a difference in your own community.

 The Goal of the Tulalip MRC is to develop a cadre of volunteers from all types of fields, not just medical personnel, who will promote a strong, healthy, prepared and resilient reservation community. 


 Becoming a Member of the MRC is a series of steps that include training, practice and some self-study. Regular meetings and trainings are available through our partner, the Snohomish County MRC. Helping others can be a satisfying experience adding a sense of purpose to life.  Involvement with the MRC also provides an opportunity for social interactions with like-minded volunteers as well as supporting community health. Some training also offer the continuing education units (CEUs) now required for re-licensure by Washington State.  The success of the Tulalip MRC will depend on the energy and dedication of its volunteers.  If you would like more information, please contact the coordinator.


For more information, please contact:
Sandy Evans, MPH, RN
Tulalip Medical Reserve Corps Coordinator
6103 31st Ave NE, Building D
Tulalip, WA 98271
Mobile: 425-239-1415
Fax:  360-716-5946