CCH’s Rob Marshall Inducted into the Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame
Rob Marshall, ATC, program director of Columbus Community Hospital’s athletic training, was recently selected for induction into the 2020 Mid-America Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame.
Induction into the Hall of Fame recognizes MAATA members for their contributions to the profession of athletic training. It is the highest honor a member of the MAATA can receive. Candidatesare nominated for the honor, then reviewed and voted on by the Hall of Fame Committee. The candidates who receive a majority vote are then submitted for final approval by the MAATA Board of Directors.
Marshall will be honored along with the other 2020 Hall of Fame inductees at the MAATA annual symposium on Friday, March 20 in LaVista, Nebraska.
“For more than 20 years, Rob has dedicated himself to providing quality athletic training services in our community and promoting the profession of athletic training,” said Mike Hansen, CCH president and CEO. “He very much deserves this recognition and we are very proud to have him leading our athletic training services.”
As program director of CCH’s athletic training, Marshall supervises a staff of eight athletic trainers who provide full-time or outreach athletic training services at several area schools. He also serves as an athletic trainer at Columbus High School.
Marshall advocates for the field of athletic training as a member of the Nebraska State Athletic Trainers’ Association, MAATA and the National Athletic Trainers Association. He has served as the president of the Nebraska State Athletic Trainers’ Association and as a district president overseeing a seven-state district. He was recently elected to the National Athletic Trainers’ Association board of directors.
Marshall has also been recognized several times for his commitment to the athletic training profession. In 2009, the Nebraska State Athletic Trainers’ Association named him Athletic Trainer of the Year. In 2014, he was given the Nebraska School Activities Association’s Distinguished Service Award. In 2015, Rob was inducted into the Nebraska State Athletic Trainers’ Association Hall of Fame.