A primary concern at Camp Webb has always been the safety and wellbeing of our campers and staff. Our ultimate goal is to be proactive and to practice prevention by safeguarding against accidents and illness as much as possible.
Our Wellness Practices:
- Hydration Monitoring
- Frequent Hand Washing
- Staff Training & High Standards
- Sanitation & Cleaning
- Camp Nurse on site
Our nurse is on site and available every day of the Camp Webb season from 9 a.m – 4 p.m. The nurse will call you if your camper comes to visit and requires more than minor medical attention. They will be on hand to dispense medication when required, provide top-level health care if needed and TLC all the time!
Nurse Tommi Goodwin is the full-time nurse for Webb School and Camp Webb. She is here to dispense medication when required, provide first-level health care if needed, and offer TLC all the time! With a BS in Nursing from UNC at Greensboro, she has extensive experience as an ICU nurse in various departments, and has worked as a nurse in CCU, heart transplants and cardiac catheterization/pacemaker labs. This summer, in the event of a camper exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, she will be equipped with proper PPE and will ensure the implementation of contract tracing of all positive cases at camp. Nurse Tommi has been a school nurse for 18 years, and this will be her 12th year as our camp nurse!
The Webb School/Camp Webb Clinic is a fully stocked school clinic where medication is distributed, and first aid can be administered. This year, our health clinic has been expanded to utilize a “well” room, “sick” room, and “COVID” room. AED machines are located in every building on campus, and emergency epinephrine is also stored in multiple locations across our campus. Camp Webb is within 2 miles of a major medical center.
- Q: Are camper health history forms required?
- Q: My camper needs to bring medication to camp. How do I give those to the camp nurse?
- Q: How do you handle lunchtime and snacks for campers with food allergies?
- Q: How do you handle heat, sun exposure, and hydration?
- Q: How are illness outbreaks handled?
- Q: What happens if there is a positive COVID case at camp this summer?