Medical Form

Campers are NOT allowed to play unless the medical form is completely filled out. The medical information you provide is necessary in the event a camper needs medical attention while camp is in session, so please answer all questions as thoroughly as possible.

Medical Form (PDF)

Ice, Water, & Gatorade

We provide plenty of water and Gatorade at the field. In addition, campers may purchase bottled water and Gatorade from the camp store at night. Ice is available at the fields but we do not supply ice in the dorms. If your camper requires ice for an injury, please make sure they speak to our athletic trainers at the field and not at the dorm.

Allergies & Medications

A Duke athletic trainer will be available at Check In to discuss individual medical needs as well as collect any medications such as epi-pens and refrigerated prescriptions. It is at the parent’s discretion whether the trainer administers medication or if it’s the camper’s responsibility.

Dorm Supervision

We will have at least one female camp coach or dorm supervisor on each floor of the camp dorms to stay overnight. Each room may be locked from the inside and only campers have a key to their rooms (We do have access to spare keys in case of emergency or lost keys). Campers lock their rooms at night and when exiting the dorms. Dorm exterior doors are locked and accessible only via key card. Duke’s campus is monitored by campus police same as during the academic school year. 

Training Staff

We will have Duke University athletic trainers on hand at all time to take care of your camper’s medical needs. A member of our athletic training staff will also stay overnight in the dorms in case of emergency.

Kristi Hall

Athletic Trainer | Duke University

Jen McCollum

Athletic Trainer | Duke University

Hall joined the Duke Athletic Training staff in December of 2006 and works primarily with the women’s soccer and track teams. Prior to joining Duke, Hall was the head athletic trainer at St. Andrews Presbyterian College where she also served as an adjunct professor in teaching Kinesiology, Exercise Physiology and First Aid/CPR. Hall earned her master’s from the University of Central Oklahoma and received her B.S. from Oklahoma Baptist University. She has been a member of National Athletic Trainers’ Association since 2003 and has been a North Carolina licensed athletic trainer since 2004 and EMT-B since 2002.

McCollum joined the Duke athletic department in July of 1995 and serves as an assistant athletic trainer. She works primarily with the women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s cross country, and women’s distance track programs. McCollum earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Hawai’i Manoa and a master’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has been a member of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association since 1990.