Camp nurses provide basic medical care, including dispensing medication. Our camp nurses are responsible for the preliminary evaluation of symptoms, complaints, and injuries. Nurses may provide treatment and follow-up based on each medical situation, and may refer patients to a local doctor, hospital, or ambulance services. Our camp nurses are also responsible for contacting families about camper medical and health issues.

Nurses are also responsible for handling medications during meals, and monitoring the health and wellness of campers and staff. Our camp nurses are also responsible for patient logs which may include a range of ailments and injuries such as, but not limited to: sprains, bruises/scrapes, lice prevention, coughs/colds, stomach upsets and fatigue and homesickness.

Accommodations include:
Private room and board included. Partial season positions available. Lakefront property in the White Mountains region.
This is a challenging and rewarding position for the right applicant, and can lead to one of the best summer experiences you may ever have.

Tagged as: Camp Counselors, Camp Staff, Medical, Teaching/Education


Registered Nurse
Previous experiences working with pediatric care

About Camp Cody

Camp Cody, located in Freedom New Hampshire, has been in operation since 1926 and we have been providing life changing summers to children and staff of all ages. Our team is made up of teachers, professors, sports coaches, entrepreneurs, hikers, bikers, travelers, video game conquerors and so much more. We are your Cody family. People who help provide a safe and fun environment for children to spend their summers in.

Application Instructions

Please send your resume to Dean at [email protected]