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Whitworth University
Whitworth University was established in 1890’s and is recognized as one of the top regional colleges and universities in the West.  

Whitworth has an enrollment of over 3,000 students with more than 500 students participating in NCAA DIII athletics. The athletic program strives to reflect Whitworth’s mission to educate the mind and heart with committed success in competition and the classroom.  

The school has a Master of Science Athletic Training Program where our physicians and fellows interact and assist in teaching Whitworth graduate students. Training room clinics are scheduled for Monday and Thursday evenings.  

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John R. Rogers High School
John R. Rogers High School opened in 1932 in the Hillyard neighborhood of Spokane. There was an extensive renovation of the school in 2009 and in 2011 it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The student population is over 1600 and is one of the most diverse public high schools in Spokane.

The school is athletically ranked as a 3A school in Washington State and enjoys a robist athletic department including football, soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, track and field, cross-country, tennis, dance, cheerleading and golf.

An interesting note regarding Rogers High School—two movies where filmed at this location: Vision Quest in 1984 and the thriller Hangman’s Curse in 2002.

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Community Colleges of Spokane
The Community Colleges of Spokane was founded in 1963 and is located at two different sites in Spokane; Spokane Community College and Spokane Falls Community College.

The two campuses have a total student population of over 30,000. Community Colleges of Spokane has a robust athletic department spread across the two campuses with teams consisting of baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball.

The colleges have won several championships with the NWAC, NCWSA and NJCAA.

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Spokane Indians
This minor league team was first established in 1892 in Spokane, Washington. It is short season class A A team affiliated with the Texas Rangers.

The season starts in June and continues through the beginning of September. Spokane Teaching Health residents are given the opportunity to cover the crowd for any injuries and illness from box seats behind homeplate. The coverage of the team is handled by the Sports Medicine Fellowship.  

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Spokane Chiefs
The Spokane Chiefs hockey team franchise that moved to Spokane in 1985 from Kelowna, British Columbia. They are a major junior hockey team that is part of the Western Hockey League associated with the Canadian Hockey League.

Training camp starts off the preseason in August with the regular season ending in March. Sports Medicine Fellowship faculty assist in providing medical coverage for the games throughout the season.

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Sporting Event Medical Coverage

Spokane is a sports city. Spokane Teaching Health Sports Medicine Fellowship residents work and learn by attending to medical needs community sporting events including, running/walking, bicycling, basketball and nordic skiing. Learn more about the events at the links below.

Bloomsday

SpokeFest

Spokane Hoopfest

JNQ Nordic Cross-Country

 

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