- The Camp has two nurses who serve as first aid volunteers and administer medication schedules.
Local Medical Facilities
- The Camp uses the medical facilities (hospital and medical clinic) in Lufkin, TX to treat all medical emergencies that require something more than first aid.
- In the event of a medical emergency requiring more than first aid, we will contact the camper’s parents using the information that the parents’ have provided.
- All medications (Rx and over the counter) that are brought to Camp must be listed on the Medication Form and in their original containers with pharmacy label. Get the Medication Form here. Medication Form
- All medications (Rx and over the counter) will be administered only by the nurses. There should be no self medication in the cabins.
- If the camper has a medical condition that puts them at greater risk of the virus, you should seriously consider not sending them to Camp this year. We CANNOT guarantee that a camper will not contract the virus at Camp. There are inherent risks in coming to Camp and given the nature of Camp and its activities (sports, cabin lodging, shared bathrooms, bible classes, cafeteria-style meals, etc.), everyone who attends must accept these risks. By attending Camp, you acknowledge the foregoing facts and that you have assessed and accepted on behalf of yourself and/or your child, the risks/benefits of attending Camp
- All campers are covered by a primary accidental insurance policy which is relatively small but adequate to cover most camp situations.
- All medical costs not covered by this insurance are the responsibility of the camper’s parents/guardians.
- Medication Form
- A Medication Form will be emailed to every camper to be completed and brought to Camp. You can also download a Medication Form.
- Bring this form to Camp with you and turn it in to the Nurse at Check-In. Please Do Not Mail this Form!
- Turn in your completed Medication Form along with the medication.
- All other campers should check in at their assigned Cabin.