St. Luke’s and Lake Superior College are excited to announce a new athletic training partnership.
St. Luke’s Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is now providing athletic training services for Lake Superior College’s IceHawks men’s and women’s soccer this fall, and for men’s and women’s basketball during the winter.
“Partnering with Lake Superior College is exciting for us,” St. Luke’s Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Clinic Manager Aaron Bresnahan said. “Our athletic trainers really enjoy helping athletes stay in the games they love. This partnership allows them to share their expertise, and keep players healthy and active.”
The new partnership is the result of Lake Superior College expanding their athletic options and creating more opportunities for their students to be engaged.
“Athletics are an important part of the student experience at LSC. We are excited to expand our partnership in new ways with St. Luke’s,” Lake Superior College Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs Mike Seymour explained. “This is only the beginning of our enhanced relationship with St. Luke’s. We are in conversations about other ways we can work together and ensure our students have that connection with one of our community’s largest employers. We’re looking forward to continuing to work together for years to come.”
About St. Luke’s
St. Luke’s is a regional health care system serving approximately 500,000 residents of northeastern Minnesota, northwestern Wisconsin and the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan. It includes a multi-specialty hospital in Duluth, a critical access hospital in Two Harbors, and 39 primary care and specialty clinics throughout the region, plus Urgent Care, Q Care and eCare Express Clinics. It is a charter member of Wilderness Health, a regional health care provider collaborative working to improve patient quality and outcomes. Additional information about St. Luke’s and its services is available at www.facebook.com/stlukesduluth, https://www.instagram.com/stlukesduluth/ or www.twitter.com/stlukesduluth