Inspiring young minds is what we do.
Little Medical School inspires young minds by sharing our passion for learning, health and careers in medicine. Through hands-on activities, role-play, and interactive demonstrations, children explore the exciting world of healthcare. All programs are written by experienced educators, board-certified physicians and trained healthcare professionals. Our classes are led by a trained Little Medical School® Instructor.
At Little Medical School, students will assume the role of a doctor and learn how the body and organs work, how to use medical instruments, administer first aid, and even tie knots like a real surgeon. Est. 2009
At Little Nursing School, students will assume the role of a nurse and learn the important roles nurses play before, during and after surgery, the parts of the blood, and how to treat broken bones. Est. 2013
This program is an advanced Little Medical School for middle and high school students. Students will learn about skin, blood, surgery techniques, how to read an EKG, and the process of becoming a pre-med student. Est. 2016
At Little Dental School, students will assume the role of a dentist and learn about dental anatomy, oral hygiene, and how to prepare and fill a cavity. Est. 2018
At Little Veterinarian School, students will assume the role of a veterinarian and learn how to preform a nose-to-tail exam, the importance of proper nutrition, preform a tick check, and identify animal body language. Est. 2016
At Little Pharmacy School, students will assume the role of pharmacist and learn prescription education, the importance of medication safety, and how medications are made. Est. 2015
At LMS – Sports Medicine, students will explore the roles of an athletic trainer and orthopedic surgeon and learn how to diagnosis and treat common sports injuries such as sprains, strains, and athlete’s foot.
At LMS – Wilderness Medicine, students will learn about some of the dangers in the wild such as bug bites, snake bites, and poisonous plants and learn how to splint a broken leg, tie a tourniquet, and filter dirty water. Est. 2017