The Greater Houston Athletic Trainers' Society (established in 1988) is a social, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the communication, continuing education, and organization of the greater Houston Athletic Training community, and to the furtherance, promotion, improvement and enhancement of the Athletic Training profession.
GHATS Awards Banquet – April 24th from 2:00-7:00PM
Safari Texas Ranch
11627 FM 1464
Richmond, TX 77407
2016 GHATS Awards Banquet Honorees:
2016 Hall of Honor Inductees:
Logan Wood Award:
Tom Wilson Award:
Bobby Gunn Award:
G“HAT”S Off Award:
Exemplary Student Athletic Trainer:
Lindsey Porter – Katy Taylor High School
Student Athletic Trainer Scholarships:
Melissa Cisneros – Northbrook High School
Bailey Hlavinka – East Bernard High School
Dakota Loosemore – Pearland High School
Tickets are $20 each
Includes Lunch :
Pecan Crusted Chicken, New Roasted Potatoes, Mixed Vegetable Medley, Salad and Roll
Tea, Coffee, Water and Sodas
Return to play program
Memorial Hermann Ironman Sports Medicine Institute has created a Return to Play Program where injured athletes can connect with an Athletic Trainer in the later stages of their rehab programs. Whether athletes have run out of PT visits, do not have a school athletic trainer or want to connect with a clinic, athletes can see an athletic trainer who will advance them through their rehab and release them safely back to sport. The new program offers a monthly payment system, if a patient has run out of PT visits.
Renew Your Membership
Registration is a two part process. You must complete both steps to be a registered member in good standing
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Monica Jackson helped save a life by being ready for CPR.