High School Medical Camp
2021 Rural High School Medical Camp
Tuesday, June 8th, 2021 or Tuesday, June 15th, 2021
In an effort to increase the number of primary care physicians who choose to practice
in rural areas, the Department of Family Medicine has sought to have a greater influence
upon high school students during a period which is critical to their career determinations.
Rural high school students eyeing a career in medicine and the health sciences can
get an early glimpse into the field by entering the annual Rural High School Medical
Camp, hosted by the Quillen College of Medicine. The camp encourages the students
to consider a career that previously may have appeared out of reach and gives them
a set of experiences to guide them for preparation for entering medical school.
The program is organized around a single day summer camp for up to 30 rural high school
students – must be a rising junior, senior or recent graduate. Students will be introduced to disciplines of medicine with hands on experience,
learn about admissions to both East Tennessee State University and the Quillen College
of Medicine, and provided with a brief tour of both campuses.
This year’s programs will include lectures and some hands on experiences. Some of
the most popular programs have included Gross Anatomy, Human Simulation Lab and Public
High school students interested in rural or primary care medicine – should apply to
the program – space is limited. The camp is free thanks to our sponsors East Tennessee State Univeristy, Quillen
College of Medicine, and Tennessee Workforce Development . For more information, please
contact Skylar Moore, HCMC, BSPH, Rural Programs Coordinator, at 423-439-6719 or [email protected]
Out of state counties that border north east Tennessee are eligible and Tennessee
students from rural high schools.
Deadline to apply is April 19th. Students will be informed of their acceptance via
an email no later than May 1st, 2021.
Application for High School Medical Camp
Hands on Learning – ETSU Summer Camp Explores Careers in Medicine
Johnson City Press – Sewing Up College Choices: Medical Camp Gives High Schoolers
Taste of Profession
Summer Health Career Camps | Area Health Education Center
One of the critical components of the Health Career Pipeline Programming offered through the Statewide Pipeline Program is the summer health careers camps for students interested in health careers. Camps are offered for students at various age levels and preparation.
Depending upon the location, these camps range from 4 days to 3 weeks and can require students to commute each day or reside on a college campus for the duration of the camp.
*For more info about the summer camp options for students in your particular region of the state, please contact the Health Career Coordinator in your AHEC region.
Some camps are region specific and are only open to students within a particular AHEC’s service region. Others, specifically those offered by the UK Central AHEC Office, are open to students from across the state.
The UK AHEC offers two residential summer camps for current high school students. The Summer Enrichment Program Camp is open to Kentucky-resident rising high school juniors (current sophomores) who attend a school in Kentucky. The Health Researchers Youth Academy Camp is open to Kentucky-resident rising high school seniors (current juniors) who attend a school in Kentucky. Applications are reviewed by a committee of AHEC personnel and partners from the UK campus and around the state. Based on various criteria (letter of recommendation, personal statements, transcript, etc.), invitations are extended to students selected to attend.
Learn more from 2019 camper Saisha Dhar:
“When my roommate casually told me, she fainted while observing a thyroidectomy, I was taken aback. She explained the course of events in more detail, concluding with her denied request to go back into the operating room to view the surgery. I laughed; yet again, I was reminded of this group’s undeterred passion for health care.
In the summer of 2019, I participated in the Area Health Education Center (AHEC) program at the University of Kentucky (UK). The Summer Enrichment Program, for rising juniors, and the Health Researchers Youth Academy, for rising seniors, are three-week residential summer camps which are of no cost to participants. The camps are for those interested in pursuing or exploring a career in healthcare. The selective application requires a personal statement, transcript, and letters of recommendation, resulting in the admittance of 20 students from Kentucky to each of the two programs. The potential phone call congratulating you on your acceptance, however, makes the application process worthwhile.
My passion for medicine dates all the way back to playing with a toy stethoscope and listening to the heartbeat of my parents as a young girl. My immediate connection with this tool developed into a mature love for understanding the various elements and intricacies of medicine. I have had an interest in studying medicine for as long as I can remember. AHEC exposed me to the various areas of healthcare, including cardiology, neuroscience, pediatrics, and surgery. I am now not only more open-minded in choosing my pathway, but I am also more appreciative of the specialties in the medical field.
Participants in the Summer Enrichment Program take classes in chemistry, biology, and physics on a regular schedule. My peers and I were able to listen to a multitude of thought-provoking and inspiring lectures from UK professors and healthcare professionals. I realized that the lifestyle of a physician varies from field to field, and that it is imperative to maintain a healthy work-life balance. We toured multiple buildings, such as the College of Dentistry, Don Frazier Outreach Center, and Chandler Hospital. Additionally, we volunteered at God’s Pantry and even had the opportunity to get a CPR certification.
Every Wednesday was dedicated to shadowing clinical specialties. We would wake up prepared to begin the most anticipated day of the week, with everyone observing different fields both on and off the UK campus. I shadowed the departments of physical therapy, pediatrics, radiology, and dentistry over the course of three weeks. Shadowing alone or in small pairs allowed an accessible outlet for asking doctors specific questions and understanding detailed concepts. At the pediatric department of the Kentucky Clinic, I was involved in the process of diagnosing a patient’s illness based on symptoms and previous history. I was amazed by how the physician was able to correctly determine the illness before she even saw the patient. In the third week, we watched a live laparoscopic gallbladder surgery and were able to ask the surgeon questions about the procedure immediately after.
Rising seniors in the Health Researchers Youth Academy (HRYA) saw a few similar presentations as those in the Enrichment Program. Participants in HRYA, however, had detailed classes in physiology. Instead of focusing on shadowing, their main goal was to develop a professional research poster over the duration of the camp and give a poster presentation at the closing ceremony competition. Nonetheless, the two grade levels had numerous interactions during presentations, group discussions, meals, and in the dormitory, where we shared the notable events of the day with one another.
AHEC nurtured my commitment to healthcare by introducing me to like-minded people who had similar career aspirations as me, yet varying backgrounds. High schoolers from all regions of Kentucky attended the program, which fostered a well-rounded and diverse environment. My companions from Eastern and Southern Kentucky had completely different day-to-day lives than those from Lexington. In spite of that, our common affinity for healthcare strengthened our immediate attachments.
From playing daily tennis matches at the Johnson Center, to deciding between Blue Reef Sushi and Buffalo Wild Wings for dinner, there was never a dull moment. We even happily marched to the building next door to do our laundry. My friends and I didn’t realize that we were forming irreplaceable bonds while waiting in the never-ending Starbucks line every morning. When the final day arrived, so did many tears, but not just for the end of camp: We knew that each one of us would go on to help save lives and make an impact in our part of the world. We were all beyond delighted for each other, and knew we would see everyone in medical school someday.
If I attempted to include all the benefits of participating in AHEC, this article would be too long. I sincerely hope that if you have any interest in the medical field or want to explore the career choices, you will apply to this life changing program. Along with obtaining a thorough understanding of the medical field, you become accustomed to living on a college campus and learn the responsibilities of time and money management. Whether you are currently a sophomore or junior, these opportunities are waiting to be taken advantage of. I would be more than happy to give other insights about my experience or answer any questions.”
Registration for both summer camps is OPEN.
Camp dates are June 6 – 25, 2021
If you have interest in being a Resident Advisor (RA)for camp please contact Lisa Hatten at [email protected] or 859.323.1378. RAs must have at least completed their freshman year of college before camp starts.
View a video from the 2013 Summer Camp or more pictures on the UK AHEC Flickr Page!
Find answers to Camp FAQs here!
Camp COCO | SIU School of Medicine
Help us provide a week of camp for a special child. Donate to Camp COCO today.
The Department of Pediatrics at SIU School of Medicine organizes and accepts applications for children to attend Camp COCO (Children’s Oncology Camp Organization). Our medically supervised camp program began in 1986 as a break from hospital and clinic visits for children with cancers and related blood disorders living in downstate Illinois communities. Camp COCO is a member of the Children’s Oncology Camping Association International (COCA)—an organization that establishes safety and operational guidelines and practices specific to camps for children with cancer.
Camp COCO is about caring for special kids. More than 140 children, ages 6-17, attend Camp COCO. Siblings of young campers may also attend. Camp week is held during the summer at an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant camp in the heart of central Illinois to accommodate children with disabilities resulting from their cancer treatment. Around-the-clock care is provided SIU School of Medicine’s pediatrics staff volunteers including an oncologist, nurses, child life specialists and other area health professionals. A full staff of qualified counselors are also on-site at all times.
Camp COCO is about building self-confidence. For many campers, it is their first time away from home and their first experience in nature. Campers participate in a range of camp activities: swimming, fishing, boating, horseback riding, arts and crafts, archery, nature hikes, visits from local celebrities, games, dances and campfires.
Camp COCO is about the bonds of friendship and hope. Camp COCO uniquely offers children emotional support and acceptance in spite of the physical effects of cancer treatment that makes children feel different than their peers. Campers build strong bonds as they share their thoughts and feelings that only others with a cancer diagnosis can understand. The friendships also bring hope when campers meet recovering children diagnosed with the same disease.
Camp COCO is about supporting families. Camp week is a family respite from the daily concerns of caring for a sick child. Families never have to pay for a child to attend camp. Camp COCO is entirely supported by generous friends and philanthropic activities including the annual Camp COCO Golf Outing. Contributions from many individuals, service clubs and businesses to the COCO Children’s Cancer Fund provide the approximate $700 cost for each camper. The SIU Foundation Springfield Office accepts contributions on behalf of Camp COCO.
Brain Camp | School of Medicine
The WVU Department of Neuroscience & Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute are pleased to announce Brain Camp is returning in a virtual format for 2021! Camp is scheduled for July 18th – 23rd, 2021. The co-ed summer camp is open to high school students entering 11th & 12th grade. Registration for Brain Camp 2021 is now open! Registration will close on Sunday, June 30, 2021.
- Cost of Camp: $200 (Limited financial aid may be available upon request)
- Brain Camp 2021 will not limit the number of campers due to the virtual nature of the event
- Brain Camp 2021 will be virtual
Brain Camp 2021 Flyer
Students will attend presentations and demonstrations by the Department of Neuroscience faculty and graduate students. Brain Camp will provide students a unique opportunity to learn about a wide range of topics including:
- Basic lab safety, research ethics, & the scientific process
- Neuroanatomy (yes, there will be brains!)
- Effects of light at night
- Addiction and drug use
- Impacts of stroke, cognitive aging, brain plasticity, & traumatic brain injuries
- Rodent behavior models
- Human neuro-psych testing
- Neurophysiological assessment for improving human performance
- Motion capture and computer simulations of the human body
- And more…
Due to the virtual nature of camp, students will not be able to stay on-campus in a WVU residence hall (Oakland Hall) for the week. Housing, meals, and transportation will not be included, and there will be no evening programs or social outings. However, a virtual tour of the WVU campus will be included!
Brain Camp FAQs
Want to know what our last Brain Camp was like? Check out the schedule and photos linked below!
See pictures from Brain Camp 2019
Brain Camp 2019 Schedule
Are you a WVU student interested in becoming a Brain Camp Counselor?
Click HERE to learn more!
If you are interested in donating to help sponsor a student’s attendance to Brain Camp, please visit our Give page and donate under the Brain Camp tab.
Melissa Suzanne Camp, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant Professor of Surgery
Petrovic MA, Aboumatar H, Scholl AT, Gill RS, Krenzischek DA, Camp MS, Senger CM, Deng Y, Chang TY, XIe Y, Jurdi ZR, Martinez EA. The perioperative handoff protocol: evaluating impacts on handoff defects and provider satisfaction in adult perianesthesia care units. J Clin Anesthesia. 2015 Mar; 27(2): 111-119.
Camp MS, Coopey SB, Tang R, Colwell A, Specht M, Greenup RA, Gadd MA, Brachtel E, Austen WG, Smith BL. Management of positive subareolar/nipple duct margins in nipple sparing mastectomies. The Breast Journal. 2014 Jul-Aug; 20(4): 402-407.
Juo YY, Hyder O, Haider AH, Camp MS, Lidor A, Ahuja A. Is minimally invasive colon resection better than traditional approaches? First comprehensive national examination with propensity score matching. JAMA Surgery. 2014 Feb; 149 (2): 177-184.
Camp MS, Valero MG, Opara N, Benabou K, Cutone L, Caragacianu D, Dominici L, Golshan M. Intraoperative digital specimen mammography: A significant improvement in operative efficiency. American Journal of Surgery. 2013 Oct; 206(4) 526-529.
Garonzik-Wang JM, Brat G, Salazar JH, Dhanosopon A, Lin A, Akinkuotu A, O’Daly A, Elder B, Olino K, Burns W, Camp M, Lipsett PA, Freischlag JA, Haut ER. Missing consent forms in the preoperative area: a single-center assessment of the scope of the problem and its downstream effects. JAMA Surgery. 2013 Sept; 148 (9): 886-889.
Camp MS, Greenup RA, Taghian A, Coopey SB, Specht M, Gadd M, Hughes K, Smith BL. Application of ACOSOG Z0011 criteria reduces perioperative costs. Annals of Surgical Oncology. 2013 Mar; 20(3):836-841.
Greenup RA, Camp MS, Taghian AG, Buckley JM, Coopey SB, Gadd MA, Hughes K, Specht MC, Smith BL. Cost comparison of radiation treatment options after lumpectomy for breast cancer. Annals of Surgical Oncology. 2012 Oct; 19(10):3275-81.
Petrovic MA, Aboumatar H, Baumgartner WA, Ulatowski JA, Moyer J, Chang TY, Camp MS, Kowalski J, Senger CM, Martinez EA. Pilot implementation of a perioperative protocol to guide operating room to intensive care unit patient handoffs. Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia. 2012 Feb; 26(1): 11-6.
Zhang Y, Ortega G, Camp M, Osen H, Chang DC, Abdullah F. Necrotizing enterocolitis requiring surgery: outcomes by intestinal location of disease in 4371 infants. Journal of Pediatric Surgery. 2011 Aug; 46(8):1475-81.
Choo S, Papandria D, Zhang Y, Camp M, Salazar JH, Scholz S, Rhee D, Chang D, Abdullah F. Outcomes analysis after percutaneous abdominal drainage and exploratory laparotomy for necrotizing enterocolitis in 4,657 infants. Pediatric Surgery International. 2011 July; 27(7): 747-753.
Camp Swamp | Medicines
- Counseling Staff comes to camp and stays for entire summer filling all positions creating a safety bubble minimizing the number of people in and out of the premises.
- Staff will quarantine prior to coming and must complete a negative PCR COVID test within 72 hours of arrival.
- Only seven (7) campers per cabin.
- Each camper must provide a negative PCR COVID test result taken 3 Days before check-in (Rapid test available onsite for $75 at camper’s expense, if necessary.).
- NOTE: PRINT OUT COPY AND BRING TO CAMP OR TAKE A SCREEN SHOT AS THE CELL RECEPTION IS NOT THE BEST DEPENDING ON YOUR CARRIER.
- Click here for suggested test sites.
- Screening Station (temps and questionnaire)
- Registration Station (check-in and payment)
- Medical Station (Turn in PCR COVID results and medicines)
- Unloading (Camper greeted by counselor / older camper and helped with luggage)
- LEARN MORE about Pre-Arrival items HERE.
Our goal is to provide the safest possible environment without diminishing the quality of the Swamp camp relational experience. We are adhering to requirements as established by state of Georgia and following appropriate and relative guidelines as established by the American Camping Association Pandemic Field Guide for Camps. The dining hall will adhere to appropriate Georgia regulations as stipulated for restaurants in the Governor’s Executive Order.
We request that all campers and counselors quarantine themselves for a suggested period of 3-10 days prior to arriving at camp to better ensure the safety of everyone attending camp and for another 3-10 days upon returning home for the safety of their friends and loved ones.
Prior to camp, self-screen for 14 days for the presence of symptoms: fever of 100.4 °F or greater, cough, shortness of breath, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, muscle aches, nausea, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, vomiting, etc.
DO NOT COME TO CAMP IF ANY OF THESE SYMPTOMS ARE PRESENT WITHIN 72 HOURS OF YOUR EXPECTED ARRIVAL TIME.
This is vital! In the past, there have been campers many weeks who come to the nurse with a fever Sunday evening and when asked how long they have had a fever, they say for a couple of days. We know how badly you want your child to be at camp; we ask that you think of others at this time. Any carelessness on your part could shut the camp down and affect many campers.
As with any camp experience, we cannot guarantee with 100% certainty that no one will get sick; however, we are striving to do everything we can to make this “the safest place on the planet, besides your home.” We ask for your prayers for no snakes, no breaks. ..and no shakes (virus)!
definition of cAMP by Medical dictionary
[ah-den´o-sēn] 1. a nucleoside composed of the pentose sugar d-ribose and adenine. It is a structural subunit of ribonucleic acid (RNA). Adenosine nucleotides are involved in the energy metabolism of all cells. Adenosine can be linked to a chain of one, two, or three phosphate groups to form adenosine monophosphate (AMP), adenosine diphosphate (ADP), or adenosine triphosphate (ATP). The bond between the phosphate groups in ADP or the two bonds between phosphate groups in ATP are called high-energy bonds, because hydrolysis of a high-energy bond provides a large amount of free energy that can be used to drive other processes that would not otherwise occur. The energy that is derived from the breakdown of carbohydrates, fats, or proteins is used to synthesize ATP. The energy stored in ATP is then used directly or indirectly to drive all other cellular processes that require energy, of which there are four major types: (1) the transport of molecules and ions across cell membranes against concentration gradients, which maintains the internal environment of the cell and produces the membrane potential for the conduction of nerve impulses; (2) the contraction of muscle fibers and other fibers producing the motion of cells; (3) the synthesis of chemical compounds; (4) the synthesis of other high-energy compounds.
2. a preparation of adenosine, which acts as a cardiac depressant of automaticity in the sinus node and conduction in the atrioventricular node and as a vasodilator. It is used as an antiarrhythmic and is also used to cause coronary vasodilation during myocardial perfusion imaging in patients who cannot exercise adequately to perform an exercise stress test, administered intravenously.
cyclic adenosine monophosphate a cyclic nucleotide, adenosine 3′,5′-cyclic monophosphate, involved in the action of many hormones, including catecholamines, ACTH, and vasopressin. The hormone binds to a specific receptor on the cell membrane of target cells. This activates an enzyme, adenylate cyclase, which produces cyclic AMP from ATP. Cyclic AMP acts as a second messenger activating other enzymes within the cell. Abbreviated 3′,5′-AMP, cAMP, and cyclic AMP.
adenosine diphosphate (ADP) a nucleotide, adenosine 5′-pyrophosphate, produced by the hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). It is then converted back to ATP by the metabolic processes oxidative phosphorylation, glycolysis, and the tricarboxylic acid cycle.adenosine monophosphate (AMP) a nucleotide, adenosine 5′-phosphate, involved in energy metabolism and nucleotide synthesis. Called also adenylic acid.
adenosine triphosphatase (ATPase) a term used to refer to the enzymatic activity of certain intercellular processes that split ATP to form ADP and inorganic phosphate, when the energy released is not used for the synthesis of chemical compounds. Examples are the splitting of ATP in muscle contraction and the transport of ions across cell membranes.
adenosine triphosphate (ATP) a nucleotide, adenosine 5′-triphosphate, occurring in all cells, where it stores energy in the form of high-energy phosphate bonds. Free energy is supplied to drive metabolic reactions, to transport molecules against concentration gradients (active transport), and to produce mechanical motion (contraction of myofibrils and microtubules), when ATP is hydrolyzed to ADP and inorganic phosphate or to AMP and inorganic pyrophosphate. ATP is also used to produce high-energy phosphorylated intermediary metabolites, such as glucose 6-phosphate.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.
Medical Requirements | Smart camp
Before sending your child to the camp, make sure that your child’s health condition allows him to be in a children’s camp in nature, in a children’s team. Contraindications to the travel of children to the children’s camp are reflected in the sanitary rules and regulations.
General medical contraindications for referring children to health institutions:
Recommendations “On medical contraindications when sending minors to the organization of recreation and health improvement” of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation (from 14.05.2015 No. 15-3 / 10 / 2-2115):
- Diseases in the acute and subacute stages.
- Chronic diseases in the acute stage.
- Acute infectious diseases before the end of the isolation period.
- Bacteria carriers of infectious diseases.
- Infectious diseases of the eyes and skin, parasitic diseases.
- Active tuberculosis of any localization.
- Malignant neoplasms requiring treatment, including chemotherapy.
- Epilepsy with ongoing seizures, including pharmacoresistant.
- Epilepsy with clinical remission of less than 6 months.
- Mental and behavioral disorders in a state of exacerbation and (or) posing a danger to themselves and others.
- Mental disorders accompanied by disorders of mood, behavior and social adaptation in the absence of the accompanying child by the child’s legal representative or authorized person.
- Addiction to alcohol, drugs, psychoactive substances.
SanPiN 18.104.22.16855-13 “Sanitary and Epidemiological Requirements for the Design, Maintenance and Organization of Work of Stationary Recreation and Recreation Organizations for Children” established the rules for admitting children with disabilities to the children’s camp:
- p.1.10. Children with disabilities are admitted to the children’s health camp if there is a doctor’s conclusion that there are no medical contraindications for sending such children to this organization, as well as if there is a medical card of the established sample and information about available vaccinations.
If a discrepancy is found between the actual state of health of the child and the data of medical documents, the camp administration has the right to notify the medical institution that issued the certificate and the law enforcement agencies at the location of this medical institution.
For the decision to falsify medical documents and hide information about the actual chronic diseases of the child when sending him to the camp, the parents are legally responsible for the possible consequences.
In case of hiding information about the real state of health (about diseases contraindicated to stay in the camp), the parents are obliged to immediately pick up the child ahead of schedule, and the amount paid for the voucher is not refundable.
In addition, when preparing for a trip to camp, parents should definitely visit the dentist and have their child’s teeth treated. Children in the camp are insured, but dental services are not included in the list of insured events.
Many children are allergic to plants and natural odors. If your child is in this group, inform the camp doctor or reflect in the questionnaire.
In our camp, in a separate medical building, there is all the necessary modern equipment for receiving children and providing first aid. There is an insulator. Paramedics are on the territory of the camp around the clock.
On the day of arrival in the camp, a primary medical examination of children by a medical worker is organized, aimed at identifying head lice, as well as checking medical documents.
If the child falls ill during the shift, he is placed in an isolation ward under the supervision of a doctor. Parents are immediately informed of the child’s condition. On the recommendation of the doctor, the child is either taken home or remains in the isolation ward until he recovers.
If your child needs certain medications for any reason, please inform the manager in advance in writing (we need to notify the doctor in the camp in advance), prepare everything you need and give it to the counselor or administrator before boarding the bus or bringing the child to camp.
The most important thing: send your child to the camp healthy, and we will do everything to improve his health!
Children’s Camp – Medical Center “Kedr”
Children’s health camp “Kedr”
On the days of school holidays, a children’s health camp operates on the basis of the Kedr medical center. Every year about five hundred boys and girls spend their holidays with us. For health improvement, we accept not only young Komsomol members, but also schoolchildren from the city.Amursk, Solnechny, Vanino, Sovetskaya Gavani and other nearby cities and regions.
Good conditions have been created for children: 6 meals a day, accommodation in comfortable rooms, leisure activities are organized. Excellent educators and educators work with children, who create a charitable psychological climate, conduct games and sports events. In the evenings there is a disco and a karaoke room. While in “Kedra” children also receive preventive treatment, according to the doctor’s prescriptions.
The price of the tour includes:
- Children stay
- Cultural leisure
- 6 meals a day
- Mineral water 2 times a day.
- Oxygen cocktails every other day
- Multivitamins 2 times a day
- Group aerosols
- Examination by a pediatrician
- Emergency medical assistance (24 hours a day)
- Treatment procedures are prescribed according to medical indications specified in the child’s health resort card.
How to buy a voucher for children in LLC “MC” Kedr “
Children from 6 to 16 years of age inclusive are admitted to the Children’s Health Camp “MC“ Kedr ”.
If you are an individual who does not work in a budgetary organization:
Step 1. Collect documents:
- photocopy of the child’s birth certificate, if the child is 14 years old – a copy of the passport.
- photocopy of the passport of the parent purchasing the ticket (pages with photo and registration).
If you are the guardian of a child, you need to have a copy of the guardianship order for that child, as well as a copy of the guardianship order.
Step 2. Bring the documents to the reception of LLC “MC“ Kedr ”and fill out the application:“ On providing a partial refund of the cost of the voucher ”.
Step 3. Pay for the voucher (parental fee) at the reception of LLC “MC“ Kedr ”no later than 10 days before the start of the shift.
Step 4. In the children’s clinic, at the place of residence, issue a sanatorium-resort card for the child (the card is issued if there is a voucher) which is valid for 20 days. 3 days before the start of the shift, take a certificate of the child’s health from the district doctor.
If you are an individual working in a budgetary organization:
You need additionally:
Step 5 . Make an application for a subsidy from the local budget, in the youth department, which is located in the building of the City Administration at the address: Labor Alley 13.
List of required documents for the child’s arrival at the camp:
- A voucher filled out in accordance with the established procedure.
- The sanatorium – resort card filled out in accordance with the established procedure.
- Certificate from the clinic stating that the child has not been in contact with infectious patients (valid for 3 days).
Children’s health camp “Youth”, Votkinsk, Udmurtia
Welcome to the official site of the camp “Youth”!
MAU DOL “Yunost” offers its services
for summer vacations for children
Children’s health camp “Yunost” is located in an ecologically clean area, located in a forest 2 km southeast of the village of Gavrilovka, Votkinsk region.The camp area covers 10.2 hectares, there is a perimeter fence and green spaces.
* Recreation conditions: The camp has two two-story dormitories with 4-bed accommodation, a dining room, an assembly hall, a dance floor, and a summer stage. The buildings have toilets, hygiene rooms, showers, playrooms
There is an equipped medical center: a doctor’s office, a procedure room, two isolation wards.
The camp has an open stadium, volleyball, football, basketball courts, a running track, a tennis table, and various sports equipment.
The camp simultaneously accommodates 240 children.
For organizing events in the camp there is a summer stage, an assembly hall for 240 seats with musical equipment, a video projector and a screen.
* Meals: In the camp “Yunost” children will find a cozy dining room, where five meals a day are organized with a sufficient amount of fresh vegetables, fruits, juices.
* Entertainment: In our camp, in accordance with the program, every day the teaching staff conduct various activities with children: educational games and competitions, sports competitions, developing quizzes, which means that your child will not be bored!
* Individual approach: Your child will not be left without attention, because experienced teachers will always be there!
* Safe rest: There is a medical center in our camp.The doctor and nurses are always ready to provide the necessary assistance. Guards the camp of the private security company “Izhevsk security service”. An alarm button has been installed, which makes it possible to prevent an attack and other situations that pose a danger to children and camp staff.
Your child’s rest is safe!
* Communication with nature: Children take a break from the noisy and bustling city, gain strength in the fresh air, make new friends. During the rest, your child will accumulate a lot of energy for the new school year.
Purchase vouchers for children from 6.5 to 15 years old (inclusive) and get additional information at:
427433 UR Votkinsk, st. Ordzhonikidze, 10
Contact phone number: 8 (34145) 5-32-28
Children’s camp “Snowflake” Tyumen
A child, like any adult, getting into a new team, goes through a stage of adaptation.In a short time, he must take his place in the squad, find friends and like-minded people, define an occupation for his liking and overcome communication barriers. Therefore, when sending a child on vacation, you yourself must assess the possible risks. A child may have difficulty in the camp if he:
- Not used to solving his everyday problems himself, unscrupulous;
- Fastidious in food;
- Quickly gets tired of children, communicates mainly with adults or prefers loneliness;
- Disobedient, does not know how to follow the rules and, if they are required to comply with them, then “throws tantrums”;
- Very attached to his parents, can hardly bear separation from them.
Camping requires a certain level of independence and psychological maturity. You need to explain to your child that:
- There will have to be a long time without parents;
- The space of the camp is completely unfamiliar, and immediately remembering what is where is not easy, but necessary;
- The rules for staying in the camp are initially unknown, but they are required to be followed;
you need to take care of yourself, for example, keep your clothes, bedside table, bed in order and cleanliness; take care of your belongings so as not to lose items that will be difficult to do without – a comb, a toothbrush, etc.etc .;
- The children’s collective is completely new, and you need to find your place in it;
- Responsibility for yourself will have to be borne by yourself: to decide which circles to enroll in, with whom to be friends, in which games and amusements to take part.
Separately, the child should be explained about the need to monitor their own health and promptly seek medical help at the stage of the appearance of the first signs of a cold, scuffed legs, scratches, nausea, diarrhea, without waiting for the further development of the disease.
In addition, before entering the camp, it is necessary to talk with the child that any problems or difficulties should be addressed to the camp staff (counselor, teacher, instructor, paramedic, or even the camp director).
It is important to psychologically adjust the child to stay in the camp, because in the institution there is a certain mode of sleep, nutrition and rest, certain restrictions on the actions and movements of children, etc.
The counselors help the children successfully adapt to the new living conditions.They involve children in active collective activities aimed at cohesion and team interaction.
Most often, the adaptation period lasts 3-7 days. During this period, try not to bother the child with phone calls, visits, let him make friends with the new guys on his own. Do not call often, do not control the child, allow the adaptation process to develop naturally. Do not panic if the child said that he was offended, do not cheat yourself – children sometimes exaggerate.Call the representative of the camp administration or the teacher and calmly find out how everything really is.
Attention! Upon the arrival of the children, the tutors of the detachments will conduct a detailed briefing on the rules of residence, safety precautions, and fire safety on the territory of the camp. Set your child up to follow all the rules that will keep them safe throughout the shift. Children should be prepared for the fact that they will be under the supervision of a teacher around the clock, and this should not burden them.Educators of the detachments should know about all movements of children on the territory.
You must understand that any non-observance of the Rules by children endangers their life and health!
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Children need medical certificates not only for visiting kindergarten or school, sports sections, but also for recreation in the camp.
Document form 079 / y – a mandatory certificate, without which the child may not be allowed to rest, group living with peers.The certificate is needed to confirm the state of health. It includes information about the transferred infectious diseases, the availability of vaccinations and belonging to a particular physical education group. These certificates for a trip to the camp help the counselors and the health worker to plan the daily regimen, choose the optimal physical activity and improve the child’s health.
It takes several days to produce such a document in ordinary clinics. Considering the rush in preparing for the trip, the validity period of the certificate of the epidemiological environment (3 days) and the validity period of the 079u form itself, the best solution is to order a document at the Image Lab clinic.This will save time for adults, guarantee professional service and high-quality medical examination.
How is the certificate for the child’s camp done?
Registration of a medical certificate begins with a visit to a pediatrician at the Image Kroha clinic. The doctor examines the oral cavity, listens for breathing and the condition of the lungs, assesses the size of the lymph nodes and the condition of the skin. Visual inspection allows you to exclude the presence of a chronic or active disease. If a disease is detected, the pediatrician urgently proposes a course of therapy and appoints a date for a second examination.
At the reception, the pediatrician examines the child’s head, sorts out the hair for signs of lice. If insects are found, then a course of treatment is prescribed.
Which doctors do you need to go through?
Further, when issuing a certificate, the child visits a dermatologist, neurologist, dentist, orthopedist. Additional analyzes of urine, blood and feces are given. Research data is recorded in the certificate.
What does the document look like?
The healthcare professional fills out the form. The front and back sides contain conclusions.The name of the child, the place of study, the state of health, information about the past diseases, the vaccination card, the assessment of the level of physical development are required in the document. If necessary, recommendations are indicated regarding the daily regimen or nutrition. All data are certified by the doctor’s signature by his personal seal and the seal of the medical institution in which the child underwent a prophylactic examination.
In practice, you can make a certificate for a trip to the camp in 1 day. The presence of a technical base, our own laboratory and doctors in the Image Lab clinic allow not to delay the deadlines, not to ask the parents for a week, not to exhaust the child while waiting for an appointment in the queue.Comfortable conditions, friendly staff and service are the basis for the work of “Image of Tiny”.
What additional documents may be required?
In addition to form 079u, for admission to rest in the camp you need:
- certificate of the epidemiological environment. The document testifies that for 21 days none of his entourage suffered from infectious diseases. It is important that the certificate is issued no earlier than 3 days before the trip. Otherwise, it will be invalid;
- if the camp has a swimming pool, then you need to make a certificate of admission to visit the pool.It is valid for 3 months;
- copy of the medical insurance policy;
- certificate with the results of the analysis of feces for the presence of helminths (for a child under 11 years old).
If the baby is chronically ill and takes medications, a certificate from the attending physician with recommendations for therapy and a supply of medications is required.
All the necessary medical documents can be issued promptly on the basis of the Image Lab clinic. Then there will be no problems with preparing for the rest.
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Documents that need to be sent to your
manager when booking a voucher
1 – Passport of the parent / legal representative of the child
2 – Copy of the birth certificate / passport of the child
3 – Copy of the child’s compulsory health insurance policy
If the above documents are not provided in electronic form to the lead manager BEFORE arrival, the camp will not be able to accept the child.
Documents required for registration of
1 – Voucher
2 – Application form filled out by parents Download
3 – Application form for FMS * (filled in Download
manually in duplicate)
If the child is NOT a citizen of the Russian Federation, in addition to the above documents, you must add:
4 – Child’s migration card or residence permit
5 – Copy of parent’s passport
6 – Migration card or residence permit of the parent
Documents for the child’s departure from the camp:
– If the parents pick up the child from the camp on their own, you must have an identity document (passport, driver’s license) with you.
– If the child is not taken by the parents (not the mom and not the dad), then you must provide a notarized power of attorney!
Documents required for passing the
medical examination of the child:
1 – Medical certificate 079y, completed by a doctor, with a statement about vaccinations
2 – Epidemiological environment mark (valid 72 hours)
3 – The result of the COVID-19 test by the PCR method, made no earlier than 72 hours before arrival at camp
4 – consent to the provision of honey.help Download
It is important!
We ask you to be especially careful and correct when collecting all the necessary medical documents with which your child is sent to the children’s camp. So that all the information in the documents corresponds to reality, and in the event of a child’s illness, it was taken into account by the medical staff of the children’s camp.
In order to ensure a safe and good rest in the camp, to create a favorable atmosphere for children, in case of confirmed facts of violation by the child of the rules of staying in the camp, we have the right to refuse to conclude an agreement for the sale of a tourist product or to unilaterally terminate the concluded agreement.
Upon arrival at Orlyonok, the child undergoes mandatory medical examination and provides a package of necessary medical documents , issued at the place of residence.
If the VDC “Orlyonok” reveals contraindications for finding a child in a child care facility for health reasons: the medical card is issued partially or with impairments, then it RETURNS BACK at the expense of the organization or the person who sent him.Information about the violations committed in the recruitment of children is sent to the territorial health authorities.
Contraindications for referring children to the Eaglet VDC are:
- Somatic diseases in the acute and subacute stages, chronic diseases in the stage of exacerbation, in the stage of decompensation;
- Infectious and parasitic diseases, including those with damage to the eyes and skin, infestations (head lice, scabies) – in the period until the end of the isolation period;
- Established diagnosis of “bacterial carriers of pathogens of intestinal infections, diphtheria”;
- Active tuberculosis of any localization;
- Malignant neoplasms requiring treatment, including chemotherapy;
- Epilepsy with ongoing seizures, including those resistant to treatment;
- Epilepsy with drug remission less than 1 year;
- Mental and behavioral disorders in a state of exacerbation and (or) posing a danger to the patient and others;
- Mental and behavioral disorders due to the use of psychoactive substances;
- Diseases requiring adherence to the diet prescribed by the attending physician.
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When preparing a child for a trip to the camp, it is necessary to take into account the child’s ability to self-service, the absence of contraindications to loads on the musculoskeletal system, cardiovascular system.
In case of illness and hospitalization of a child in medical institutions outside the Center, the parents (legal representatives) of the child are informed about this by the medical worker of the Center no later than 24 hours from the moment of hospitalization by phone specified by the parents (legal representatives) in informed voluntary consent for medical intervention.Information about the child’s health is not provided to other persons.
In case of illness of a child, “Eaglet” provides him with food and medical care until he recovers, regardless of the end of the shift. The time and conditions for sending the child after recovery are agreed with the organization that sent the child to Orlyonok and the parents.