Racing to Help the Navajo Nation

The Navajo Nation needs our help NOW.

WE NEED 500 NURSES, 200 DOCTORS, AND 50 CONTACT TRACERS to send to the Navajo People.

Listen to Dr. Gary Morsch explain how the COVID Care Force™ is serving. Will you join us in the fight?


TO MOBILIZE a large group of volunteer healthcare professionals to deploy to areas of critical healthcare staffing shortages due to the COVID-19 pandemic.​

TO STAND READY to serve in large urban areas and small rural communities. As “All Hands on Deck” situations arise, members of the COVID CARE FORCE™ will stand equipped and ready to deploy.


Find an opportunity for you!

Choose to make a difference.


“What excites me about the COVID Care Force™ is how it’s going to positively impact rural communities in our state,” said Dr. Lee Norman, Secretary for the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. “We need to be prepared when the surge of COVID-19 comes our way, and the COVID Care Force™ is going to be part of our critical hospital staffing across the state of Kansas.”

"I admire the passion behind the COVID Care Force™, and applaud the group of volunteer leaders pulling this initiative together.  I know firsthand that this crisis is going to need people from every part of the healthcare system and from all walks of life to stop this pandemic in its tracks.  My recommendation to civilians in the healthcare industry: Join the COVID Care Force™! It's going to take all of us, working together, to defeat this pandemic."

RADM John Babb (ret) USPHS Assistant U.S. Surgeon General (former) and Director of the Office of Force Readiness and Deployment, Office of the Surgeon General (former)

“I fully support initiatives like the COVID Care Force™!” said Dr. Jeff Colyer, a practicing physician and former Governor of Kansas. “As a medical volunteer myself, I know ordinary Americans can make an extraordinary difference not only here in the Midwest, but also across the country right now.”

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1 month ago

Urgent: COVID Care Force is looking for an RN or LPN to deploy this weekend for 2 weeks to the Chickasaw Nation to assist with COVID testing. You have an opportunity to help our nation's Indigenous ... See more

1 month ago

At COVID Care Force, we believe it is vital to practice ethical service, which means integrating our volunteers into the community. It is important to work with the hospital networks and truly ... See more

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We believe in our volunteers. We want to help them be the best that they can be.

If volunteering is something you've been thinking about, reach out and we can answer any questions you have.

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1 month ago

Cases continue to rise in the United States. Please remember to wear your mask and wash your hands regularly.

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Faces of the Force: Jack Shin

Jack was one of the first nurses to answer the call from the Chickasaw Nation in Oklahoma. Volunteers like Jack enabled these communities to create a comprehensive ... See more

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Meet Mary and Serafina, two of our wonderful volunteers!
They are currently serving in Winslow, AZ where COVID-19 cases have been rapidly increasing. Both Mary and Serafina are working night and day ... See more

1 month ago

The numbers are going up.

Our hospital partners are counting on us.

They need volunteers now more than ever. We are ready. Are you?

This is your time.

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1 month ago

70,000. That's a hard number to fathom. It's even harder to imagine that on Friday, that was the number of new cases we saw in the United States. It's more important than ever to act. Our volunteers ... See more

1 month ago

Are you interested in using your servant heart and medical profession to change the lives of others? COVID Care Force would love to have you join us!

We currently have two clinical opportunities in ... See more

1 month ago

Every single one of us can do something simple to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Wear a mask. Not only does it help slow the spread of COVID-19, but it also helps protect those around you!

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