Upon receiving a course assignment for On-Campus Summer Programs, you will receive instructions for accessing and submitting CTY’s medical form. Every student attending CTY Summer Programs must have a CTY Medical Form completed annually and signed by a physician. The medical form is completed online via the link to the CampDoc system in MyCTY. To access the form, log into MyCTY as a parent and select "On-Campus Programs" from the left navigation menu. Then select "CTY Medical Form."  

 

To complete the CTY medical form you will need to provide emergency contact information, consent to treatment, immunization records, medical history, physical examination results, TB screening and test results (if applicable), allergies and adverse reactions, medical and prescription insurance information (if available), consent for CTY staff to distribute non-prescription medications, and a list of any medications your child needs to take while at CTY.  

 

We do not accept alternate medical forms such as from the child’s school or another camp. The CTY medical form is completed online via the link to the CampDoc system in Every student attending CTY Summer Programs must have a CTY Medical Form completed annually and signed by a physician. The form is completed online via the link to the CampDoc system. To access the form, log into MyCTY as a parent and select "Summer Programs" from the left navigation menu. Then select "CTY Medical Form." Immunization records, physical exam results, and TB test results, and may be uploaded to a student’s medical record. We do not accept alternate medical forms such as from the child’s school or another camp.  

 

Physician Authorization  

The CTY medical form must be signed by your child’s examining physician within the year prior to the start of the program. The physical exam must have taken place within two years of the start of the program. Ask your physician whether another visit is necessary. 

 

A signature on this form confirms your child’s medical history and their health to attend our programs. It also gives authorization for our onsite health staff to provide standard nonprescription medications as noted and permitted by you in your child’s health profile. Without a signature on our Physician Authorization page, our health staff cannot dispense any prescription or nonprescription medications such as cough drops or Tylenol during the program. Parents and physicians must approve of all medications to be administered and fill out the appropriate portions of the form. 

  

If you have extremely extenuating circumstances that do not allow you to have our Physician Authorization signed, you may write to ctysitehealth@jhu.edu to request an exemption. However, an exemption is not guaranteed.