Little Medical School Raleigh Area
Little Medical School (LMS) is deeply rooted in Founder Dr. Mary Mason’s love of family, medicine and education. In 1998, Dr. Mason wrote her first lesson plan and enlisted her medical residents to teach local teenagers. This passion for encouraging careers in healthcare culminated in the creation of LMS in 2010. Today, the company is a pioneer and leading developer of specialized curriculum and interactive resources for children aged 1-14.
We offer summer camps, after-school programs, in-school field trips, birthday parties, scout badge classes, and special events that we can customize to fit your needs.
Imagination: We believe children need to dream and have opportunities to discover.
Nurturing: We create environments to learn and explore while building self-confidence.
Service: We realize love of medicine requires a commitment to helping others.
Passion: We are energized by our desire to share our love of learning and health.
Innovation: We engage all by merging entertainment and education.
Role-playing: We realize the power of one-on-one AND group interaction.
Educational: We develop unique curriculum to highlight career options.
While all seven values above form the foundation of why we exist and how we conduct business, our most important function is to INSPIRE a greater understanding of health and career options.
About Little Medical School Raleigh
LMS of Greater Raleigh works with educators, healthcare leaders, and community organizations to INSPIRE healthy lifestyles in children as they learn about medical careers. Our LMS Trained Instructors are also community members – these individuals range from aspiring world changers, practicing medical providers, and accomplished educators. All programs are written by a board-certified educator and reviewed by board-certified and trained healthcare professionals.
The Little Medical School of Raleigh is directed and owned by Olive Lamm, MD, MPH. Dr. Lamm received a Bachelor of Science Degree from Gardner-Webb University. She continued her education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she received a Master of Public Health Degree in Nutrition. It was during Graduate School that she decided to pursue a medical degree. Dr. Lamm received her Doctorate of Medicine from the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School and became board certified in Emergency Medicine following training. Dr. Lamm practiced medicine full time for several years until she discovered her love for teaching, encouraging, and working with children. Now she practices medicine part-time so that she can further her passion of inspiring more children to explore the exciting world of healthcare.