To advance the athletic trainer resident’s preparation as a provider of patient care in the area of musculoskeletal evaluation and diagnosis and create the groundwork for athletic trainers to become a multifaceted and intricate healthcare provider within the sports medicine and orthopedic setting.
We seek to establish a foundation of excellence for certified athletic trainers who seek to be employed within the orthopedic clinic setting. This program emphasizes a proactive approach to efficient and effective clinical management of injuries and medical conditions in a sports medicine and orthopedic clinic environment.
As part of this comprehensive program, you will work with physicians and patients in the clinic, support athletes at professional and amateur sporting events, and participate in and present at professional conferences. You’ll also receive frequent feedback on your progress.
Learn more about our program curriculum
The resident will receive a salary stipend, full benefits, and continuing education budget. Salary is based on years of experience practicing athletic training and determined by St. Luke’s Human Resources department. Minimum pay rate starts at $13.37/hour.
To ensure athletic training residents (ATR) have a sufficient understanding in the resident curriculum expectations and time commitment required to successfully complete the St Luke’s Athletic Training Residency (SLSMATR) Program.
- ATRs must fully participate in all required didactic and clinical experiences.
- If an ATR is unable to attend any didactic or clinical experiences, due to illness, travel, etc., a written request must be submitted to the Residency Program Director (PRD) and Residency Medical Director (RMD) for approval.
- ATRs must maintain minimum satisfactory scores on all clinical evaluations pertaining to each rotation within the SLSMATR.
- If at any time an ATR is evaluated as “unsatisfactory” within any rotation, the ATR and RPD will meet weekly to determine and implement educational steps and actions required to obtain satisfactory scores.
- ATRs must adhere to St. Luke’s Health System mission and I CARE values.
- ATRs are introduced to St. Luke’s mission and values through new employee orientation and evaluated by the RPD after 90 days of employment.
- ATRs must adhere to policy and procedures set forth in St. Luke’s employee handbook.
- Employment disciplinary actions are consistent with St. Luke’s HR policies.
How to Apply
Applications accepted between January 1 and March 4, 2016.
To apply, you'll need:
- NPI Number
- Athletic Training Licensure (or eligibility) in the State of Idaho
- NATABOC Certification
- NBCOT Certification (or application in process)
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Master’s degree required
- 2 years experience as a Certified Athletic Trainer (preferred)
- CPR/AED Certification (must be completed through the American Heart Association)
- Cover letter
- 3 letters of recommendation
Please submit all application materials by March 4, 2016 to:
St. Luke's Sports Medicine
1109 W. Myrtle Street, Suite 200
Boise, ID 83702
Forrest Pecha, MS, ATC, LAT, OTC, CSCS
Director of Clinical Residency and Outreach