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Schuyler Central High School Assistant Principal/Athletic Director Jim Kasik, left, Dr. Dustin Volkmer, Rob Marshall and Columbus Community Hospital President/CEO Mike Hansen on Friday pose for a photo inside CCH.

Columbus Community Hospital officials on Friday announced the entity has entered a new partnership with Schuyler Community Schools that will enable the district to provide expanded athletic training care.

During an interview with the Schuyler Sun Friday morning, CCH President/CEO Mike Hansen detailed how athletic outreach services have been provided in Schuyler for the past 16 years, but that the new partnership will allow for a CCH athletic trainer to service the district on a full-time basis.

The new athletic trainer will work predominately with Schuyler Central High School, but will also work with the district’s middle school, said Rob Marshall, program director of CCH’s athletic training.

Marshall said that the goal is to have the vacant position filled by June. The full-time athletic trainer is coming at zero expense to the district, Hansen added.

A full story regarding this partnership will be featured Monday on the Schuyler Sun's website and also in the next print edition of the Sun.

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