Dear Visiting Athletic Trainers:
The Providence College Sports Medicine Staff welcomes you to Providence, Rhode Island. The Sports Medicine Facility will be open two hours prior to the start of competition and will remain open following competition for a half hour. During your visit to Providence College, the following accommodations have been made for you in the way of supplies and services.
In the training room:
- hot and cold whirlpools
- electric stim units
- taping area
On the field/bench:
- materials for biohazard disposal
- emergency equipment (splints, crutches, spine and an AED)
The following sports will have a team physician in attendance at your competition: Men's and Women's Ice Hockey, Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's Lacrosse and all Big East or NCAA tournaments. All other sports will have a team physician on-call during competition. If your team is traveling without a certified athletic trainer, please contact the PC certified athletic trainer assigned to your sport or head athletic trainer John Rock (401-865-2262) in advance to arrange appropriate coverage for you team.
If you are in need of emergency services while visiting Providence, please call 911 if you are off campus and 401-865-2222 if you are on campus. This will get you in touch with campus security and they will address any needs you may have.
If you require anything beyond what we offer, please feel free to contact the certified athletic trainer assigned to your sport and we will try to accommodate you and your institution. Enjoy your stay in Providence and good luck this season.
Providence College Sports Medicine Staff
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