Sports Medicine Partnerships

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Sports Medicine Partnerships

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Children’s Mercy is the official healthcare and sports medicine provider for Sporting Kansas City and the National Training Center in Kansas City, Kan. The partnership works to improve youth health, access to pediatric sports medicine and provide soccer-specific curriculum for the Sporting Club Network, which includes approximately 200,000 players, parents, coaches, managers and administrators. The partnership also provides sports training, rehabilitation and conditioning programs for Sporting KC Academy teams at Swope Soccer Village. Learn more»



School Partnerships

The Center for Sports Medicine provides coaches, athletes, parents, and club organizations with premier sports medicine services. We are proud of our partnerships with:

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Central Academy of Excellence East High School Interscholastic League
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Kearney High School Lincoln College Prep Northeast High School
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Southeast High School St. Teresa's Academy Turner High School

University Academy

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University Academy Ewing Marion Kauffman School  Pembroke Hill
 Sumner Academy  JC Harmon  Schlagle
Sumner Academy JC Harmon High School Schlagle High School
 Washington High School  Wyandotte High School  Piper High School
Washington High School Wyandotte High School Piper High School

Clubs and Organizations

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Camp WIN NAIA Brookside Soccer Club
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Sporting Club Network Sporting Blue Valley

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., is a governing body of small athletics programs that are dedicated to character-driven intercollegiate athletics. Since 1937, the NAIA has administered programs dedicated to championships in balance with the overall college educational experience. Each year more than 65,000 NAIA student-athletes have the opportunity to play college sports, earn over $600 million in scholarships, and compete for a chance to participate in 25 national championships. www.naia.org.

The Sports Medicine Center at Children’s Mercy provides sideline medical coverage during the NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball National Championship Tournament held in Kansas City since 1937. 

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