CCH Athletic Trainers Mike Sloup and Denise Marshall Elected to Nebraska State Athletic Trainers’ Association Executive Board
Columbus Community Hospital athletic trainers Mike Sloup, MHA, ATC, and Denise Marshall, MA, ATC, were recently elected president and vice president, respectively, of the Nebraska State Athletic Trainers’ Association’s 2020-2022 executive board.
The NSATA is a statewide organization that is dedicated to the continued growth and development of athletic trainers as health care professionals.
“We’re very proud of Mike and Denise for being elected to these leadership positions. We know that they are very dedicated to their profession, so it’s nice to see them recognized for that commitment and knowledge by their peers,” said Mike Hansen, CCH president and CEO.
Sloup has been a certified athletic trainer for CCH since 2003 and provides athletic training services to Columbus Lakeview High School, as well as outreach coverage to Schuyler. He received his bachelor’s degree in physical education with a concentration in athletic training from Midland Lutheran College in 1999 and earned his master’s degree in health care administration from Bellevue University in 2006.
Before coming to CCH, Sloup previously worked at Omaha Benson High School and Sanford Health in Sioux Falls, SD, where he worked with the hockey team.
Sloup has been involved with the NSATA since 2005 and the Mid America Athletic Trainers Association since 2008. He has previously served as the NSATA vice president.
Marshall has been a certified athletic trainer for CCH since 2007 and provides athletic training services to area and local high schools, as well as Central Community College-Columbus. She graduated from Hastings College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2005 and then received her master’s degree in athletic training from the University of Nebraska Omaha in 2007.
Along with her work with the NSATA, Marshall is involved with the Mid America Athletic Trainers Association and the National Athletic Trainers Association.
CCH provides athletic training services to the three Columbus high schools as well as outreach services for athletic departments at Central Community College and several high schools in the surrounding area.
From game coverage to injury assessment and management to return to play, CCH’s experienced, professional staff of full-time, certified athletic trainers and physical therapists at Premier Physical Therapy are able to meet the needs of area athletes and their families. Their goal is to keep athletes safe and ready for competition in the most efficient manner possible.
For more information on CCH’s athletic training services, call 402-562-7346 or visit our Athletic Training