Providing your child with the ultimate care and safety is our number one priority at camp. Facilities and policies have been constructed to provide a thorough and consistently safe program. During Orientation and Staff Training, all staff are trained in safety rules and expectations for all aspects of camp life. Safety regulations are reviewed and practiced by all campers and staff.

We feel a keen sense of responsibility for the health and safety of your child. Our infirmary operates as a primary care clinic for the camp. Your child’s health record is maintained there and should they need medical assistance we are well equipped to help them. Our medical staff consists of one full-time physician and three full-time nurses. Our doctors rotate on a weekly basis.  The infirmary is fully stocked with medical supplies to aid with everything from minor abrasions to more serious conditions. We also carry a defibrillator on site.

If our medical staff feels a camper needs treatment that we cannot provide, we have excellent medical facilities just 25 minutes away in Harris, NY at Catskill Regional Medical Center .


Head Nurse: Aviva Gluck

From Kew Garden Hills, NY, Aviva is in her 9th summer as the Head Nurse at Camp Sternberg.  Aviva loves looking out for the safety and well being of every other camper too, as if they are her own.  Aviva loves the people and the atmosphere at Camp Sternberg and loves watching the kids grow up summer after summer.  Aviva is joined by Mrs. Shayna Klein of Woodmere, NY and other professional medical staff as well.


We are committed to ensuring your child is provided with the ultimate care.   Please do not send medication up to camp with your child.

We have selected 1Stop Pharmacy to supply prepackaged medications for our campers. All prescription medications, over the counter medications, vitamins, and supplements that are taken on a daily basis must be ordered through 1Stop Pharmacy. This company packages all pills individually in a dose packet for each day of camp.  Please log into and and register.  

If you send medication to camp with your child (instead of ordering through 1 Stop pharmacy),that medication cannot be used, and you will be charged a packaging and rush fee by 1 Stop Pharmacy as well as an additional $50 fee for shipping and handling.  

Do NOT send any over the counter medication with your daughter. OTC medication (including Advil, Claritin, Melatonin, etc.), which is not allowed in the bunks as per Board of Health regulations.  If OTC medication is sent, it will not be returned at the end of the summer.