The mission of the DC Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is to establish a network of local volunteers who are willing to donate their time and expertise to supplement existing public health and medical resources during emergencies and other times of community need.
Review the regulations, download the application and renewal forms and get information about the licensing of trained medication employees (TMEs).
The application packages for Trauma Technologists must include all documents listed in the application. The Board reviews each application package and determines an applicant's eligibility for a license. Please follow the instructions for each application and include all requ
Tuberculosis and Chest Clinic Location Learn about Tuberculosis and the difference between the TB and latent TB infections.
The Tuberculosis Chest Clinic sees persons who have or are suspected of having tuberculosis (TB) and persons who have come in close contact with someone diagnosed with TB disease.
To help residents comply with the law, the Animal Disease Prevention Division offers annual free vaccination clinics throughout the District.
VFC Provider ResourcesThe Vaccines for Children Program is part of the DC Department of Health Immunization Program and provides vaccines free of charge to providers with eligible patients.
/sites/default/files/dc/sites/doh/Veterinary_Facility_Application%28Fill%20Form%29.pdfThe District of Columbia’s Veterinary Medical Officer conducts initial and annual inspections of veterinary hospitals, as well as inspections following a complaint, as needed.
Learn about volunteer opportunities available from the partners of DOH's HIVAIDS, Hepatitis, STD, and TB Administration (HAHSTA).
Washington, DC Regional Planning Commission on Health and HIV (COHAH)l plans for the comprehensive delivery of HIV/AIDS services and allocation of resources for the Eligible Metropolitan Area (EMA).
The Pharmaceutical Control Division issues permits for the provision of Yellow Fever vaccinations.