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The Westminster College athletic department and Sports Med Utah at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center have agreed to extend their contract for another three years, Westminster Director of Athletics Shay Wyatt announced.
“We are very pleased to continue our partnership with Sports Med Utah at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center,” said director of athletics Shay Wyatt. “Sports Med Utah at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center has been our official medical partner since 2005, and we could not be more pleased to extend this relationship. Sports Med Utah has provided our student-athletes with quality care, assessment, injury prevention, rehab and therapy services. We’re also pleased that Westminster College students, faculty and staff will now also benefit from the services of this partnership by providing them convenient access to the new Salt Lake Regional Physical Therapy clinic on campus.”
The agreement allows Sports Med Utah to remain the official sports medicine provider of Westminster College. Along with providing supplies for the athletic training operation, Sports Med Utah will now provide a physical therapist on campus for Westminster student-athletes, students, faculty and staff at the new Salt Lake Regional Physical Therapy clinic. The orthopedic doctors at Sports Med Utah, led by Dr. Andrew Cooper, will continue to serve as official doctors of the athletic department.
“We’re excited to extend our affiliation as a Team Griffin Partner and serve as the official Sports Medicine provider of Westminster College Athletics,” said Jeff Frandsen, CEO of Salt Lake Regional Medical Center. “Westminster College has a truly incredible athletics program, and we look forward to continuing to provide its athletes with exceptional sports medicine services. Additionally, our new on-campus Salt Lake Regional Physical Therapy clinic will provide athletes, faculty and other students with easier access to these services.”