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Sports Medicine

TJ Hall, ATC, PTA  Head Athletic Trainer (270) 844-9632
Kellsie Emerick, ATC, PRN Athletic Trainer (270) 844-9632

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Purpose Of Policy and Procedures: The Sports Medicine Policy and Procedure Manual was developed to outline and encompass the members, proceeding, rules, regulations, and intentions of the Athletic Health Care Team, to attempt to plan for any and all medical emergencies that may occur during athletic events, and make staff familiar with emergency procedures, to allow access to the referenced position statements and entities who apply rules and regulations to athletic activity and sports medicine in order to explain why certain policies and procedures are outlined here, and to allow for unity of the Athletic Health Care Team through education and inclusion of members

Mission Statement: The Athletic Health Care Team strives to provide excellent injury prevention, injury care, and evaluation, rehabilitation, and education services to Henderson County High School student-athletes, and are committed to quality care, compassionate communication, and ongoing efforts to deliver the best and latest treatments available and possible. The Athletic Health Care Team aligns with all vision statements of Henderson County High School, Henderson County School District, and Henderson County Athletic Department.
Vision Statement: The Athletic Health Care Team offers all student-athletes access to the highest quality healthcare possible, with the safety and health of the student-athlete always our top priority. In accordance with statues set by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, National Collegiate Athletic Association, the National Federation of State High Schools Associations, the Kentucky Medical Association, the Center for Disease Control, and the position statements of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association, the Athletic Health Care team provides education, referrals to appropriate health care team members, athletic training services, and minor rehabilitation in order to prevent and treat injuries and keep Henderson County High School student-athletes at their highest level of competition.