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INTRODUCING THE JEROME ATHLETE HEALTH CARE STAFF
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Ric Fail, ATC
Head Athletic Trainer
614-718-8282
Ric brings 20 years of athletic training experience at the collegiate and high school level.   He joined the Dublin School system in 1996 as an assistant athletic trainer at Dublin Coffman High School and moved to Scioto High School in 2001.   Prior coming to Dublin, he was an Assistant Athletic Trainer/Clinical Supervisor at Otterbein College.   He is a graduate of Kent State University in Physical Education with an Athletic Training concentration.   Ric currently is a clinical site supervisor for Otterbein College and the OSU Athletic Training programs and is an active a lecturer for continuing education seminars for coaches and athletic trainers. He coordinated the sports medicine programming for the Ohio State High School Baseball Coaches Association from 1997-2007 and is a yearly guest lecturer for the State Volleyball Coaches Association.   Ric is also active in the Ohio Athletic Trainer's Association (OATA) where he has served on the Executive Board as the District Board Chair (2005-07). In May of 2001, he was selected as the OATA High School Athletic Trainer of the Year.   Ric and his wife Theresa reside in Lewis Center and spend their free time spoiling their grandchildren, Jordin, Logan and Jenna and Olivia.

Terri Hazucha, ATC
Assistant Athletic Trainer
614-718-8299
Terri brings over 25 years of experience at the collegiate and clinical levels.   Prior to coming to help open Jerome, Terri was the Director of the OSU Sports Medicine Center.   Terri holds degrees from the Ohio State University and Cleveland State University in Health and Physical Education with a concentration in Athletic Training and a General Science minor.   Her career has been rich with diverse experiences including volunteering with United States Olympic Committee, which culminated in working the Olympic games in Los Angeles and being the Medical Coordinator for the USA in the Olympic games in Calgary. Terri also captained the medical staff athletic trainers for the Columbus Marathon for 15 years.   In 1990, Terri co-authored with Donna Hull a chapter entitled; Health Care Systems for the Adolescent Athlete. In Advances in Sports Medicine and Fitness, Vol. 3, Year Book Medical Publishers.   In May of 2008, Terri will be inducted into the Ohio Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame.  

 

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