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Health Care

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Preventative care and a healthy community are very important to us. We have four registered nurses on staff who are responsible for dispensing medications that families send to Camp before Campers arrive, evaluating health issues for campers, overseeing the health of the overall community and coordinating care with doctors.

Nothing is more important than the safety and well-being of your children.

Healthy campers are happy campers. Our Health Center staff is committed to working closely with parents to provide the best possible care for our campers.

You can expect to be contacted by one of our nurses if your child is sick or has an injury that requires outside attention. We work closely with our three consulting physicians, specialty doctors and Cape Cod Hospital.

Contagious Illness

Please do not send your child to Camp if they are sick. The close proximity of our community can turn even a minor illness into a serious health issue. Any camper who arrives with any kind of infectious condition will be asked to be picked up and brought home immediately.

Medical Forms

All of our health and medical forms for registered campers can be found online by logging in here.

Medications at Camp

All daily prescription medications, as well as over the counter vitamins and supplements must be delivered to Camp no later than June 10, 2019 for CIT/Full/First/Mini 1 Campers and July 4, 2019 for Second/Mini 2 Campers, so that our nurses can properly receive and process them in preparation for your child’s arrival. Review our Camp WK 2019 Medication Policy.

Please call Sandy, Will or Daria if you want to discuss in more detail and/or have questions or concerns.