Information Packet

The information packet contains information about how to fill out the medical forms, arrival and departure times, a packing list, the new code of conduct form, camp address and phone numbers. 

The online system will collect consent form, over the counter (OTC) medication approval, an approved pick up list form (required for day and overnight campers) and the ability to select paid activities, cabin photos and camp store candy snack purchases.

When the packet is mailed to you, it will indicate whether or not we have a physical exam that is less than 2 years on file. To See the packet before it is mailed to you, see below.

No camper will be admitted without a completed health form.

 

Medical Forms

HEALTH EXAM RECORd - to be completed by a physician

A physical (or proof of) is REQUIRED and must be within 2 years of camp attendance.  We have some current forms on file and you will be notified whether or not your camper has one that is still valid.

Please note that the form must be signed and dated by a licensed physician or nurse practioner.  A nurse's signature is not acceptable.  An electronic signature is acceptable if it is the normal operating procedure for the physician's office.

A school physical is acceptable, provided it is signed and dated as noted above.

Immunization records are part of the Health Exam Record now.  Over-the-counter medications will be listed and authorized by the parent online.  If your child requires any other OTC medications not listed on line (see the information packet also) , they must be listed on a Medication Administration Form.

The 'Green" Health History form is no longer being used.

 

 

SPECIAL HEALTH NEEDS PLAN OF CARE FORM - to be completed by the parent/guardian

A Special Health Needs Plan of Care must be completed for every camper indicating if a child does not require a plan or that they do, with details listed.

Please note that if your camper has a special health needs plan, the details of the plan may also be required on the physical exam and/or medication authorization form. For example, if your camper has an allergy to bee stings and requires an epi-pen, the allergy should be listed on the physical and the epi-pen should be listed on the medication authorization form.

 

 

Medication Administration Form - to be completed by a physician

If your camper is bringing prescription medication to camp, a medication form for EACH MEDICATION must be completed and signed by the prescriber.  Please note that OTC medications other than those listed in the online system or in the information packet should also be included on an authorization form.

All medications will be retained and dispensed by the camp nurse.