|Board of Athletic Trainers|
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 and 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. |
|Education & Examination: Dr. Russ Cagle, Greg Hill |
Enforcement: Jeremy Ainsworth, Dr. Russ Cagle
Legislation & Rules: Jeremy Ainsworth, Dr. Russ Cagle, Alternate: Greg Hill
Practice & Procedures Standards: Greg Hill, Dr. Robert Sandmeier
Customer Connection: Nelson Lomax
An Oregon Health Licensing Agency (OHLA)-wide committee with one representative from each board and council formed to address agency-wide issues.
|Board Member Vacancies|
The Board of Athletic Trainers has the following opportunities to serve on the board and encourages applicants to complete an application / interest form and submit it to the Governor's Office of Executive Appointments:
There are currently no vacancies on the board.
|Oregon Health Licensing Agency|
The Oregon Health Licensing Agency (OHLA) is a state consumer and public protection agency overseeing regulation of multiple health and related professions. The 70th Oregon Legislative Assembly established OHLA in 1999.
Unique in structure compared to other state professional licensing and regulatory bodies, OHLA incorporates a central agency model and director rather than a single board of directors from one profession.
Click here for more information on the Oregon Health Licensing Agency.
|Interested in Board Service?|
Click on the link below to find out how to apply for a board position and to access links to other OHLA boards About Us pages. OHLA posts board vacancies on the About Us page of each board. |
Serving on an OHLA Board / How to Apply