Learn more about a career in healthcare
Carle Foundation Hospital will hold its summer Scrub Camp on July 13, 14 and 15, 2017.
Scrub Camp is created to provide students age 14-18 with an exclusive opportunity to learn more about a career in healthcare from a HealthGrades Top 50 hospital. All students within the Carle service area are eligible to register for the camp, free of charge.
Campers will learn about activities and procedures that regularly take place throughout the Carle campus. This includes experiences with the AirMethods helicopter, Arrow Ambulance and medical equipment. Volunteer nurses, doctors, emergency service providers, educational professionals and allied health providers will guide campers through a variety of interactive activities created specifically to broaden the understanding of a career in healthcare.
Registration is now closed for the 2017 camp.
Camper dress code is casual and weather appropriate. This includes t-shirt or polo, shorts and close-toed shoes. Jewelry should not be worn while on Carle property. Carle has the right to discontinue participation if attire does not follow guidelines.
Camp hours will be held between 9:00a.m.– 4:00p.m., lunch will be provided. Please contact Carle Human Resources (217-383-4000) or Human.Resources@carle.com for more information. Space is limited.