Health forms are mandatory. We would like to receive your camper’s health forms at least two weeks before she arrives at CJL. You can scan and email them to info@CJL.org, you can upload them to the Bunk1 website (where they can also be downloaded and printed), or you can mail or fax them to us. Of course, we will also accept them on opening day, but we appreciate your effort to get them to us beforehand!
If you send your health forms by mail or fax before May 20, please send them to our winter office (PO Box 5113, Marietta, GA 30061 / fax: 770-428-1302). If you send your forms after May 20, please send them to the summer office (321 Camp Juliette Low Road, Cloudland, GA 30731 / fax: 706-862-6525).
Complete BOTH of these Health Forms (PDFs):
All non-rescue medications are held in the Infirmary and dispensed by the camp nurse (RN or licensed physician).
To improve the efficiency and accuracy of administering medication at camp, Camp Juliette Low requires that all prescription and over-the-counter oral medications that are taken daily be supplied in unit-dose (blister pack) containers labeled with the camper’s name and the time of administration. This includes all medications and vitamin supplements.
Most pharmacies can dispense medications in blister packs; some will repackage existing medications, but please check with your pharmacy for specifics. Some blister packed medications have short expirations, so check with your pharmacy to see when you should pick up your medication. Please bring only enough for your camper’s stay at camp.
Non-pill medications like inhalers, creams, ointments, epi-pens, and liquids can be in their original packaging, but must be individually labeled with the pharmacy prescription label.
Common medications, such as pain relievers and antihistamines (a full list is on our health forms), are stocked in our Infirmary and dispensed by the camp nurse as needed. Therefore, it is not necessary to bring these types of medications to camp.