What can you tell me about your health services?

In every program, the well-being of campers is our first priority. Our Health Service Director oversees our day-to-day health services and is on duty during regular camp hours. In Extended Day hours, a staff member is CPR/First-Aid certified. A physician oversees our operations and we have an on-call nurse available for consultation. When warranted, we will contact the camper’s parents and encourage them to call us with any questions or information they think we should know. During orientation, our staff reviews accident prevention and emergency response protocol that cover topics from anaphylactic shock to routine use of sunblock.  Please help us by submitting all relevant health information on your registration form and by sending campers to us with plenty of drinking water, sunblock and bug spray.  Wheeler Summer Camp complies with all regulations set forth by the Massachusetts Department of Health and is licensed by the Seekonk Board of Health.