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PHOTO: Calton Hall, MPH, ATC

Calton Hall, MPH, ATC

Assistant Athletic Trainer

  • Office:CONC 132
  • Phone: 540-568-2550
  • Email: hallcg@jmu.edu
  • Mailing Address:
    MSC 2301
    261 Bluestone Dr.
    Harrisonburg, Virginia 22807

Biography


Cal Hall joined the JMU Sports Medicine Department as an assistant athletic trainer working with the men's basketball program in 2013.  Hall also serves as a preceptor with the CAATE approved Athletic Training Program and provides clinical education and evaluation for the undergraduate athletic training students.
Hall most recently was the assistant athletic trainer working with men’s basketball at Tulane University from 2011-2013.  Prior to that, he served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at Tulane where he earned his Masters in Public Health in 2011.  While he served as a graduate assistant at Tulane, he worked with their football and women’s swimming and diving programs.

Hall received his undergraduate degree from East Carolina University in May 2009 where he majored in athletic training with a minor in exercise and sport science. Hall is nationally certified by the Board of Certification and is a licensed athletic trainer by the Virginia Board of Medicine.  He also holds advanced certifications in the Graston Technique soft tissue mobilization as well as the Functional Movement Screen Level 1.

Hall resides in Harrisonburg.

Announcements


  • On May 20, 2015, the Athletic Training Strategic Alliance announced that the CAATE Standards for Accreditation of Professional Athletic Training Programs will be changed to require that professional programs be at the master’s degree level.  James Madison University is dedicated to meet this accreditation requirement in order to continue providing excellent education to produce strong athletic training health care providers.  Our transition to the master’s degree has begun and will influence students entering JMU as freshman in the fall 2018 semester and thereafter.  These students should refer to information on our Master of Science in Athletic Training Program

    For students who entered JMU in the fall of 2017 or are considering transferring to the University, please note the last admission cycle to the professional phase of the Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training degree program will occur in spring 2019. Students who have completed all required AT courses and general education courses by the end of the 2019 first summer session are eligible to submit their admission application in April 2019.  Admission decisions will be made in July 2019 once the first summer session is complete.  All future students will need to apply to the Master of Science Program.  The final cohort of students seeking the BSAT degree will graduate in May 2021.

     

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