The training staff in the Department of Athletics and Recreation provides injury care and prevention to all 23 varsity intercollegiate programs. We use all the medical facilities that the University of Rochester has to offer in order to give our student athletes the best care possible.
Faxes to the athletic training staff can be sent to (585) 461-5081.
Hours of Operation
Treatment hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. and Wednesday 1 p.m.–4 p.m. There is a sports medicine staff member available until practices are complete for the day. Weekends are scheduled according to athletic events.
|Boehning Varsity House Training Room||(585) 275-9471|
|Medical Facilities at University Health Service (UHS) – River Campus||(585) 275-2662|
|Strong Memorial Hospital (main number)||(585) 275-2100|
|UR Medicine Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation||(585) 275-7379|
|Zornow Athletic Training Room||(585) 275-7973|
Athletic Training Services for your Event
Our sports medicine staff will be available at least one hour prior to athletic events. Ice, water, first aid supplies, and cups are available at each event. If your athletes require specific modalities (such as ultrasound, muscle stimulation, whirlpool, etc.) we require a note from your team physician or a staff certified athletic trainer. Please have your athletic trainer contact our staff at least 48 hours in advance for any of the modalities listed.
If your team is traveling without a certified athletic trainer, please send all needed taping supplies with a member of your team.
Practice/Game Emergency Action Plan
In case of emergency:
- Locate nearest blue light phone
- Call Public Safety’s emergency line at (585) 275-3333
- Call 911 (if off campus)
Be prepared to tell them:
- Your name and that you are a coach, student, etc.
- Your specific location
- That you need an ambulance for transportation due to__________
Answer any questions they have and wait for them to hang up. Public Safety will arrive and direct the ambulance to the location. DO NOT move the athlete until medical assistance arrives.