Adrienne Byrne-Lutz, MS
1900 E. 9th St.
Wichita, KS 67214
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Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance and self-pay based on a sliding scale accepted as forms of payment for services rendered.
Medical Reserve Corps
volunteers will be available to support medical and
mental health personnel during a public health
emergency in our community. Public health
emergencies could include:
Mass vaccination clinic
involving public health as appropriate
Emergency clinics will need volunteers to fill these functions:
Safety and Security
Data Input Assistant
Traffic Flow Workers
Other roles that
MRC volunteers will be grouped into three levels
to quickly identify and utilize specific skills in
an emergency situation.
Level 1 includes
professionally licensed or certified volunteers.
Volunteers with a current medical license can give
vaccinations, help prepare vaccinations, prepare and
hand out medication, provide medical screening, etc.
Licensed mental health professionals can provide
counseling, mental health consultation, or help with
distressed or traumatized people.
Level 2 includes
volunteers with medical skills and experience who
may not be currently licensed. These volunteers can
be greeters to provide orientation and walk patients
through paperwork, answer patient questions, provide
patient assistance at the registration area, and
facilitate the education sessions on the site.
Volunteers with translation/interpretation skills
can float to different areas to provide patient
Level 3 includes
volunteers with non-medical and non-mental health
skills who can provide a variety of functions
including clinic flow assistance to ensure an
orderly flow of people, forms collection and data
entry, logistics such as computer support, supply
Mission: To assure quality public services that provide for the present and future well-being of the citizens of Sedgwick County.
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