Provide athletic training services to contracted high schools, community college and local youth programs as needed. Flexible schedule and many hours available during sports seasons.
The Certified Athletic Trainer is responsible for safe and effective direct delivery of patient care including patient evaluation, treatment, reassessment, and discharge planning. Provide athletic training services to high school andwith community relationships as needed and directed.
Evaluates Athletes for injuries
Determine level of care needed
Assists in appropriate referral to medical personnel
Handles immediate care of athletic injuries as needed
Communicates proper follow-up care to patients, coaches and any other medical support personnel
Determine playability of injured athletes in both practice and competition
Keep treatment records on athletes
Maintain any record of physician visits of athletes
Track parental consents, emergency information and other medical records pertinent to athletes
Work with school and coaches
Obtain adequate and appropriate supplies for effective care via school administration
Work with coaching staff on pre-season programs to help prevent injuries and prepare athletes for competition as requested
Assists coaching staff in game preparation of equipment and supplies needed to handle athletic injuries.
Have plan in place to handle emergencies
Provide patient and family education to maximize treatment program
Board of Certification Certified Athletic Trainer
Licensed as an athletic trainer with the MN Board of Medical Practice.
Membership of the National Athletic Training Association
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