NO medication, prescription or non-prescription, may ever be in the possession of a camper! Parents need to bring medication(s) along with the required “Parent’s Request to Administer Medication at School/Camp” form. This form is available on our website under the camp link.
The office will be accepting medications from 8:15 AM-9:00 AM on the first Monday of each session. Please bring all prescription and non-prescription medications that your camper(s) will need for the entire session(s) while at camp. Our Supervisory Nurse, Rachel Dietrich, will be at the front desk area of the Main Building to receive and check medications, and answer questions.
Prescription medications must have a pharmacy label.
All medications must be in their original container.
All non-prescription medications must be clearly marked with the camper’s name.
A signed medication authorization form from the camper’s doctor for EACH medication (prescription and non-prescription) is required. These forms are available on the camp web site or by contacting Heather Pelkey.
Medications need to be picked up by a parent on the camper’s last day.
Counselors will be responsible for carrying any and all medications needed for emergency care for a camper when the group is away from the main building.
When emergency care is administered, i.e., use of an Epi Pen, the camper will be brought to the camp office for evaluation and monitoring by the Certified Medication Technician, who will determine if further medical attention is needed.