Cornell University's Department of Athletics and Physical Education provides youth athletes the opportunity to learn and practice a variety of sports under the guidance of our department staff (http://camps.cornell.edu/).
The Cornell Athletics Camps and Clinics is seeking a Medical Director for its summer program (06-08/2018). This is a live in position while the program is in operation.
The selected individual will reside in the camp residence hall and oversee the infirmary for medical treatment of campers.
Implement the camp written medical plan (including daily health surveillance, handling of health emergencies and injuries, coordinating ambulance and first aid services).
Coordinate health care and medical information with the athletic training staff.
Screen camper medical history forms for completion and note any medical conditions in camper database.
Collect ALL medications and late medical history forms at camper check-in.
Verify the self-administration of ALL camper medications (before meals and bedtime). A designee(s) can witness and document the self-administration of medicines when needed.
Keep an inventory of medical supplies and assist administrative staff with ordering of new supplies.
Keep a log of all medical visits to infirmary, and maintain camper's confidential medical history.
Contact the campers' parents/guardians and inform them of any camper injury and/or illness.
Report accidents/injuries to TOMPKINS COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT and to CORNELL RISK MANAGEMENT (see camp manual for list of injuries requiring reporting and contact information).
Other duties related to camper health care as assigned by the camp director.
Must be a physician, physician's assistant, registered nurse or certified EMT with valid credentials for the duration of the program.
Must also be certified in standard first aid and CPR for the professional rescuer.
Previous camp experience is preferred.
Must have and maintain a valid and unrestricted US Driver's License in order to operate a passenger van.
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