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Medical Care at Camp Sunrise

Campers will take home fond memories of their shared experiences with their new friends, but our top priority is their safety and well-being.

Medical care at Camp Sunrise
Camper Austin receiving treatment at the "Funny Farm"

Medical Needs at the "Funny Farm"

During a routine day, campers may receive chemotherapy in the morning and be climbing the rock wall by the afternoon. Pediatric Oncology physicians and nurses from the Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Division of Pediatric Oncology volunteer their time and are on-site 24/7 to ensure optimal medical care during the campers’ time away from home. Our top priority is their safety and well-being.

Oncology Times Features Camp Sunrise Medical Director, Orly Klein

The Oncology Times has published a three part series on what and how oncologist spend their summer vacations. In this second series, pediatric oncologist and Camp Sunrise's Medical Director, Orly Klein talks about her summer vacation volunteering, as many Johns Hopkins pediatric oncologists, nurses and staff do, for a week long summer camp for kids with cancer, Camp Sunrise.

Read the article.


Johns Hopkins Children's Center

Pediatric Oncology facilities are located in the Johns Hopkins Children's Center.