The campers spend two days in the "real world" of healthcare at St. Elizabeth Medical Center, and part of the camp included taking a look inside a real life ambulance.
"I always thought that the only way to get in would to be sick or to work there, not to just walk in and learn about it," said Camper, Sarah Allam.
They certainly didn't need an emergency to take a peek, and once inside the ambulance, the view was a little different than imagined for Sarah.
"There was a lot more in there, and some of the stuff I didn't think would actually be in it, but it was," said Allam.
There were around 20 campers who had a desire to pursue the healthcare field.
"It's a lot of fun because I never though that everyone had these big varieties of things they wanted to do when they got old. But, we all kind of have the same mindset, and we want to achieve our goals," said Camper, Emma Fonner.
Fonner says learning the inside workings also brought her more of a sense of safety.
"If you were to get into an accident or something, you kind of know how everything is going to play out, and people are friendly and they're there for you," she said.
And of course, what's a camp without the scrubs to play the part of a healthcare professional.
"You kind of feel like an actual doctor...you feel the part," said Fonner.
"I like the color, (laughs) and I always wanted to know how to use these things," said Allam.