WVREDI is the official West Virginia online registration and credentialing site. The WV Responder Emergency Deployment Information(REDI) system is a web-based system developed to facilitate health and medical response through identification, credentialing and deployment of West Virginians willing to serve in an emergency, as well as non-emergent situations.
Registration is open to West Virginia’s health and medical professionals, as well as others who live or work in West Virginia and are willing to assist during a health related emergency or event.
Harrison County utilizes WVREDI to communicatie with our volunteers on needed response roles and to provide information on current events, trainings, meetings and drills.
During site registration, you will be required to provide basic personal and professional information. You will be able to update this information as changes occur. You may want to gather licenses (personal and professional), credentials and immunization records before you begin your registration process.
Please remember that “volunteer” truly means volunteer. You can choose, at any time, to decline any request that you receive for deployment.
If you are now ready to enroll in WVREDI, you may do so by clicking on the following link