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​Are you interested in getting involved with state service but unsure where to begin? Consider serving on one of Health Licensing Office's regulatory boards. You don't have to be a member of one of the regulated professions to serve. In fact, many of the openings are for public members. A public member is typically someone who represents a consumer's point of view (and has no conflicts of interest in the board's business). Serving on a volunteer citizen board is a great way to dip a toe into the waters of state service. Board members participate in the rulemaking process, helping enact the laws adopted by the legislature and getting a better sense of how government works on the state level. (Click headline to learn more)​

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Practitioner information

The following regulated profession is overseen by the Board of Athletic Trainers; click below to learn about how to register, see laws and rules, fees and more:

About the board

The Board of Athletic Trainers oversees the practice of athletic trainers in the State of Oregon. Athletic trainers prevent, recognize and evaluate athletic injuries and provide immediate care, rehabilitation and reconditioning services to athletes. They work in cooperation with physicians and other allied health personnel and serve as members of the athletic health care team at secondary schools, colleges and universities, sports medicine clinics, professional sports programs and other athletic health care settings.

The Board of Athletic Trainers consists of five members appointed by the governor:

  • three athletic trainers who have practiced continuously in this state for three years prior to the date of appointment
  • one physician
  • one public member who is not an athletic trainer

Terms in office are four years, with an appointee eligible to serve a maximum of two consecutive terms or until a successor is appointed.

Board members

Gregor Hill

Gregor Hill

Term: 2nd Full
Term end: 12/31/2018
McMinnville


Greg Hill is an Assistant Professor in the Health, Human Performance and Athletics Department at Linfield College in McMinnville. He has been a certified athletic trainer since 1998 and registed in Oregon since 2000. Hill has also been Clinical Coordinator/Clinical Instructor Educator at Linfield since 2001. He has worked as an athletic trainer at numerous summer camps, tournaments and championship events, including the 2008 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials at Hayward Field at the University of Oregon in Eugene and the 2008 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III Baseball National Championship Tournament at the University of Wisconsion Osh-Kosh in Appleton, WI. He earned a Master's of Science in Exercise and Sports Science with an emphasis in Sports Medicine from Oregon State University in 2007 and a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Athletic Training from Linfield College in 1997. "I feel it is my duty to the community and to the profession to serve on the Board of Athletic Trainers," Hill said. "It's an honor, privilege and opportunity to serve a profession that is very important to me."
Jeremy Ainsworth

Jeremy Ainsworth

Term: 2nd Full
Term end: 12/31/2016
Monmouth


Jeremy Ainsworth is Head Athletic Trainer with PT Northwest, which provides athletic training services to Central High School and athletic training services and coordination of all medical care for the Corvallis Knights, a summer collegiate all star baseball team. Ainsworth was also an athletic trainer at an orthopedic physical therapy clinic at Oregon Health & Science University in 2005-06, Head Athletic Trainer at Westview High School in Portland in 2004-06, and Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer at Oklahoma State University in 2002-04. He has also served as an athletic trainer at numerous Oregon School Activities Association state championships in wrestling, basketball, soccer, football, baseball, volleyball and cheerleading. Ainsworth earned a Master's of Science, Health and Human Performance, in the Applied Exercise Science Option at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, and a Bachelor's of Science in Exercise and Sports Science from Oregon State University in Corvallis. "I'm interested in being involved in the betterment of the athletic training profession and in how regulation can contribute to improvements in athletic training," Ainsworth said.

The Board of Athletic Trainers currently has an opening for a Athletic Trainer. To apply, fill out the Application form.

Daniel Laury

Term: 1st Full
Term end: 3/31/2020
Hermiston


​Daniel Laury, MD is a practicing physician in Oregon since 1992. Education is very important to him, as such he has extensive experience giving lectures in person, radio and TV, writing articles, etc. He has advised many health clubs from a medical perspective. Currently he is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Western University of Health, where he teaches medical students. He has previously been a board member for Oregon's Board of Body Art Practitioners (now Board of Electrologists and Body Art Practitioners) and is a reviewer for the Oregon Board of Medicine. He is listed in the Oregon State Emergency Registry of Volunteers in Oregon. Being a member of the Board of Athletic Trainers is an extension of his dedication to education and volunteerism. He enjoys off-road running, mountain biking as well as weight training. 

The Board of Athletic Trainers currently has an opening for a Public Member. To apply, fill out the Application form.

Board recruitment

Are you interested in serving as a volunteer citizen board member? HLO-regulated boards seek new members as current board member terms expire.

Overview of HLO-regulated professions and boards
Current board vacancies and information on how to apply

Questions?

For policy questions, contact Policy Analyst Anne Thompson at 503-373-1904 or anne.p.thompson@state.or.us.

For licensing qualification questions, contact Qualifications Specialist Cristina Wardwell at 503-373-1740 or cristina.r.wardwell@state.or.us.

For board recruitment questions, contact Amanda Schuck at 503-373-1915 or amanda.r.schuck@state.or.us.

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