1. We will be guided by and work in conjunction with our partners to develop CBM protocols

American Camp Association (ACA)

Georgia Department of Health

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC)


Camp Barney Medintz Medical staff and advisors:

Drew Rosenthal, MD. Boca Raton, Florida

Dina Linfoot, MD. Savannah, Georgia

David Askenazi, MD. Birmingham, Alabama

Jordana Heaven, MD. Atlanta, Georgia

Nelly Mizrahi Retter. MD, Atlanta, Georgia

Steven Frank, MD. Houston, Texas

Billy Lapidus, MD.  Birmingham, Alabama


Belinda Assin, RN. Head Nurse. Atlanta, Georgia

Jessica Blatt, RN. Head Nurse. Atlanta, Georgia

Rachel Swerdlin, RN. Head Nurse. Atlanta, Georgia

  1. Kids Need Camp

After so many months of our campers (and CBM staff) being connected to laptops and devices, we all need camp and the opportunity to play, learn, grow, experience, and be connected to each other again!

  1. Camp Can Adapt

Taking into account all required and recommended health and safety protocols and guidelines, we will consider every aspect of our operation and re-imagine, when necessary, to create adaptations which enable CBM to be optimally healthy and safe. At the same time, we will continue to focus on exhilarating adventures, building connections to our global Jewish community, gaining knowledge and comfort in the great outdoors, forming and strengthening lifelong friendships, and helping every child feel included, accomplished, and loved. We will continue to capture our ‘signature’ Camp Barney traditions and culture, ‘ruach’ (spirit) and joy of being together at camp!