Dock Mennonite Academy and St. Luke’s University Health Network are excited to announce the creation of a sports medicine partnership effective November 15, 2018. St. Luke’s is the region’s largest sports medicine provider, covering more than 100,000 athletes and 45 Secondary Schools in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Dock Mennonite Academy is a faith-based school that promotes excellence in both the classroom and in athletics.
Dock Mennonite Academy and St. Luke’s have selected Meghan Boyer, MS, LAT, ATC, to serve as the Head Athletic Trainer and Athletic Director Assistant for Dock, effective immediately. Meghan earned her Master’s of Science degree in athletic training from Bloomsburg University of PA. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree from Bloomsburg in exercise science. Prior to her appointment at Dock, Meghan served as the Head Athletic Trainer at Tamaqua Area High School, also through a Sports Medicine Partnership with St. Luke’s University Health Network. In addition to Meghan, the Dock Mennonite Academy Sports Medicine Team will include a second athletic trainer who will assist with both high school and middle school activities. Meghan succeeds Palmer Trolli, who recently resigned after four years to accept a position as athletic trainer at Warner University.
“We are excited about this new opportunity to partner with St. Luke’s Health Network,” states Tim Ehst, Dock Athletic Director. “The resources that St. Luke’s provides will not only enhance the quality of student-athlete health and performance, but also provide educational opportunities for both our students and staff.”
“We are pleased to establish this relationship with Dock Mennonite Academy and the Pioneer athletics program,” states St. Luke’s Senior Network Administrator for Sports Medicine, John Hauth. “We look forward to enhancing the services and programs related to sports medicine at Dock. St. Luke’s has assembled an outstanding team of sports medicine experts in the region that will continue to set a new standard for sports medicine throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties.”