A Typical Day at Medics Camp

Each day at Medics Camp has 2-3 theme related topics.  Medics learn about the world of medicine through experiments, activities, role play, games and crafts based on their age group.  The following is an example of our themes:


  • Monday: Doctors and what they do & Germs

  • Tuesday: Circulatory & Respiratory Systems and Vital Signs

  • Wednesday: Skeletal System and Brain

  • Thursday: Digestive System, Surgery, Microscopes (DNA for Mini & Jr)

  • Friday: First Aid and Graduation

Check out our video on the home page to see some of the activities

The following is a typical daily schedule:

8:30-9am: Free Before Care (each camp has their own room)


·         Morning Welcome (what we’ll be doing today)

·         Fun group game until all kids arrive

9:30am-10:30am:  Theme Related Activity

10:30am-11:am:  AM Snack and Outside Play

11am-12pm:  Theme Related Activity

12pm-1pm:  Lunch and outside play

1pm-2pm: Theme Related Activity

2pm-2:30:  PM Snack and Outside Play

2:30-3:30pm:  Theme Related Activity

3:30-3:45pm:  Classroom Clean Up, Personal Pack Up

4pm:  Camp day officially ends and Free After Care begins

4pm-4:30:  Free After Care

4:30-5pm:  Paid Extended Care

We offer more than just Camps!


Medics is our summer camp but we also offer other, shorter camps and workshops.  We offer onsite "mini camps" for daycare centres, Montessori schools and community groups in August and during the school year.  Contact us at minimedics@helpgta.com to schedule.

We support and encourage STEM programs.  If you're a school, community group or organization looking for a workshop or presentation on a topic related to health, science, first aid or safety or want a Red Cross certification course for your group contact us at info@helpgta.com 

Red Cross Courses

Home Alone Course-Sunday April 14th 10am-3pm at the Newmarket Legion Hall

Babysitting Course-PA Day June 3rd  9am-5pm at the Newmarket Library

Call Us: 647-428-0004  |   info@HELPgta.com   |  Newmarket, Ontario Canada

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