JRMC Hires New Blue Jay Athletic Trainer

 

JAMESTOWN (JRMC) – Jamestown Regional Medical Center (JRMC) is pleased to welcome Certified Athletic Trainer, Andrew Randall to its newly-formed Sports Medicine Team.

Randall will provided full-time athletic training coverage for Jamestown High School and Blue Jay varsity athletics. Services will include prevention of athletic injuries, advice to coaches to optimize performance and provide immediate care of athletic injuries. He will also design and supervise rehabilitation programs for athletic injuries under the direction of a referring physician.

“I look forward to the opportunities to help athletes prevent injuries, provide insight to enhance performance and to be able to train athletes back into their competitive stage following an injury,” stated Randall, “I am very fortunate to get the chance to engage with the athletes and the high school in the new partnership that has recently been created.”

A native of Steele, Randall graduated Magna Cum Laude from Minnesota State University Moorhead with an undergraduate degree in Biology. He continued his education and received a Master of Science degree in Athletic Training at Montana State University Billings.

JRMC’s Orthopedics and Sports Medicine department was recently named “The Official Sports Medicine Team for Blue Jay Athletics.” Through this partnership JRMC and Jamestown Public Schools will work together to make sure the athletes receive the training and care that they need to stay competitive. All athletes will have access to services at JRMC such as orthopedics and rehabilitation


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