How do you handle medications?

We have partnered with on electronic health records to ensure the best care possible for camper. If we see that your child has medications entered in Camp Doc, you’ll receive a blister pack from us via mail in mid-May. You’ll fill/seal the blister pack before coming to camp.

You’ll still need to bring the original prescription bottles with you to camp (so our nurses can confirm the dosage amounts/times). Due to their licensing requirements, our nurses must distribute the medications as prescribed on the orinal packaging. If you have liquids, inhalers, or Epi-Pens, you’ll need to bring them in their original packaging, sealed together in a Ziploc bag, labeled with your camper’s name. When you arrive at camp on Opening Day, you’ll need to check-in your medications in the Dining Hall.

State-licensed nurses distribute medications and provide 24/7 on-site care for campers. Medications are normally distributed at meals and bed times. The Health Center is also stocked with common over-the-counter medications if needed.

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