The physical, emotional health, and safety of each girl is our
primary concern. Each camp follows the health and safety standards set
by Girl Scouts of the USA. The Camp Nurse follows mandated health and
first aid procedures.
All camp staff members are certified in First Aid and CPR. The Camp
Nurse monitors all medications. Upon arrival at camp, parents must
leave all medications and a written set of instructions with the Camp
Nurse. Medication must be in the original container and labeled with
the child’s name and directions. The staff will follow the directions
on the label.
Parents will be notified in the event of an emergency and any time
the Camp Nurse recommends that the child see a physician. The Camp
Nurse administers routine health care and medication. The
parent/guardian will approve over-the-counter medication the camper is
allowed to receive upon arrival.
VERY IMPORTANT: All girls, staff and volunteers are checked to
ensure that they do not have a fever, athletes foot, strep throat,
or head lice. Your child will not be allowed to stay at camp if she
is found to have any of the above.