Delaware Medical Relief Team


Delaware Medical Relief Team is an independent non-profit organization that rapidly mobilizes, coordinates, and deploys trained medical volunteers to provide urgent healthcare services in disaster and emergency situations.  DMRT provides effective and efficient medical relief to people in need by coordinating the expertise of its volunteers with other Governmental and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) with the common goal of treating injured and sick people in situations of extreme need.

Delaware Medical Relief Team Fund

923 Morningdale Drive, Wilmington DE 19810

EIN 27-1760863

DMRT is a not-for-profit corporation registered in Delaware. 

IRS Section 501(c)(3) tax exemption approved



Please contribute to helping us respond to the disaster, and to provide urgent life-saving help in Nepal.  Thank you.

Over 100 DMRT volunteers have mobilized several medical relief and aid teams ready to deploy to Nepal in response to the massive and devastating April 25th earthquake. The first DMRT advance team was replaced and augmented by our second team who arrived in Kathmandu May 10th; and our third team arrived May 17th, the fourth on May 24th.  They will be heading to more remote areas that are now starting to be accessible as roads are being cleared.

If you can volunteer, please fill out the Volunteer Intake form on the Volunteer Page or come to one of volunteer meetings, notices of which will be updated on our Facebook page.  Thanks to everyone who has volunteered or donated so far.

DMRT Team D arrived in Kathmandu to replace and rotate out Team C who are traveling back to the USA on Monday. So far, DMRT medical teams have treated over 3,500 patients.