Senior Associate Director of Athletic Medicine
Kim Terrell returned to University of Oregon in 2003 and serves as the Senior Associate Director of Athletic Medicine; managing the healthcare of the women’s basketball team and providing oversight of the athletic training staff and services. She also serves as a courtesy faculty member acting as clinical coordinator for the post professional athletic training program. Prior to returning to University of Oregon, Kim spent 9 years as Director of Sports Medicine at Northeastern University in Boston.
Terrell earned her Bachelor of Science with emphasis in Athletic Training and her Master of Science in Exercise and Movement Science from the University of Oregon. Kim has served as an athletic trainer at the University of Oregon previously, and as an athletic trainer in a physician private practice, and a large sports medicine clinic high school outreach program.
Kim’s professional service opportunities have included District 10 Representative to BOC Board of Directors and District 10 NATA College/University Athletic Trainers Committee member. Currently Kim is a member of the NCAA Competitive Safeguards and Medical Aspects of Sport Committee and Pac 12 Student Athlete Health and Wellbeing Board, and continues committee service to the Board of Certification for athletic trainers.
As a 5th generation Oregonian, Kim appreciates the outdoors, loves animals, and visiting local wineries. The opportunity to engage with a collaborative group of healthcare providers, staff, and learners to provide comprehensive support for Intercollegiate Student Athletes provides inspiration and personal and professional rewards.