Battle Born Medical Corps was created by Governor Sisolak’s Emergency Directive 011 on April 1, 2020 and is intended to relieve anticipated burden placed on active healthcare personnel and facilities by COVID-19. Nevada medical providers, behavioral health providers, healthcare administrators, student practitioners, those who received licensure outside of the US, out-of-state licensed providers, and retired providers are encouraged to apply to serve. Applications can be submitted through ServNV.org, the statewide intake system that will verify your medical credentialing. Thank you for your interest in Battle Born Medical Corps.
Information for Volunteers
The Battle Born Medical Corps consist of more than 900 volunteers whose purpose is to expand Nevada’s health care workforce to fight COVID-19. The Governor’s directive creating the corps waives certain licensing requirements to allow Nevada to expedite additional health care workers into our state’s health care facilities. It also permits certain doctors, nurses, EMTs, and even medical students to go to work immediately to help care for COVID-19 patients.
Now, health facilities can request volunteers by completing the forms available on the Battle Born Medical Corps page of the NV Health Response website. This includes the Resource Request Form and DEM request form (sections I and II only) detailing the volunteer request including how many and what types of volunteers are being requested, and answering the additional questions below using the BBMC Volunteer Request Form.
To request volunteers, use the forms linked below: