RN Response Network
If you are a Registered Nurse interested in volunteering for disaster stricken areas, please click below to join over 28,000 RNs who make up the RN Response Network.
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In 2019, as reports of a dire situation at the border emerged, RNRN was moved to act and deployed 20 teams of volunteer registered nurses to provide basic medical care at border shelters from January 2019 to July 2019.
In 2017, a delegation of 50 volunteer registered nurses deployed to Puerto Rico for a two-week disaster relief effort in the wake of Hurricane Maria. These RNs witnessed communities and neighborhoods that remained devastated weeks after hurricane Maria made landfall.
Since its formation, RNRN has sent teams of nurses to help following disasters in locations across the United States and around the world, including California, Florida, New York, Texas, Haiti, the Philippines, and the Bahamas. RNRN has also provided basic humanitarian aid and medical support to underserved communities within the United States as well as in Central and South America and the Caribbean.