The Anderson University Sports Medicine Department strives to serve and provide exceptional quality health care for its collegiate athletes in a faith based atmosphere. Therefore providing interactions to influence and shape the student athletes in a personal and spiritual manner. To help shape and transform students athletes into respectful, functioning, common sense driven people in society, with an enhanced level of character. This department prides itself on being mentors that not only support student-athletes with Injury management, but also strive to make them successful independent adults.
Sports Medicine Staff:
Dr. Scout Counts M.D.
University Medical Director, Sports Medicine Fellowship Director
Dalton Greer, Assistant Athletic Trainer - Assistant Director of Sports Medicine
Men’s Soccer and Baseball
Rachel Thomas, Certified Athletic Trainer
Women’s Basketball and Men’s Cross Country and Track
Larissa Davis, Certified Athletic Trainer
Women’s Soccer and Softball
Men's Basketball and Women's Cross Country and Track
To provide the most exceptional quality health care, update in records is required. In order for us to create and/or maintain an up to date file on you, we need you to complete a set of forms each year, and have them completed by August 1 of the current academic year. The forms will be sent out via ARMS in the summer. Once completed and submitted they will be approved or rejected upon submission. If rejected explanation of what to fix for correct completion will be provided.
If you are having difficulty obtaining the forms or accessing the online portal, please feel free to e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (864)-231-2144.
**No student will be permitted to participate in athletics without this information on file in the Anderson University Sports Medicine Department.
**No student will be permitted to participate in athletics without a CURRENT personal insurance policy - ALL International student-athletes are required to purchase the school's international policy with the athletic writer. This is an Anderson University required policy.
Primary Insurance requirements:
All intercollegiate student athletes at Anderson University are required to have personal or family medical insurance that covers intercollegiate athletic injuries and illness. The following insurance will not be accepted as appropriate primary coverage: Medicaid, Samaritan, and/or Tricare. Athletic injury includes any trauma injury even to the face and teeth. It is advised that the primary insurance policy cover the student athlete from August – May of that scholastic competition year. This will ensure that the student athlete is covered during in-season and out of season activities. Student athletes and/or parents need to verify that this primary insurance covers injuries incurred in all 50 states. If the primary insurance coverage should lapse/discontinue for any reason, the parents/student athlete will be responsible for all medical bills related to their son/daughters athletic injuries.
Paperwork to be completed as follows:
• Filling in blanks with "same as last year" or "already on file" is NOT acceptable
• Parents must sign ALL forms unless student-athlete is 24 years of age, married, or emancipated
• ALL blanks should be filled in on the paperwork
• All paperwork MUST be completed on an annual basis
• The secondary insurance (Mutual of Omaha), which is provided by Anderson University will cover only NCAA-sponsored events. Mutual of Omaha has a $250 deductible.
- Click HERE for Information on Secondary Insurance Filing Claim Process
Please send ADHD or Sickle Cell results to the following address:
Attn: Sports Medicine
Anderson, South Carolina 29621
The deadline for paperwork is August 1st
Policy Note: All student athletes are required to complete a pre-participation physical evaluation performed by Anderson University's team physician each year. All incoming freshmen or transfers will schedule physicals on campus before their first date of competition. NO OUTSIDE PHYSICALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Thank you for your cooperation. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to call.
The NCAA is emphasizing Sickle Cell Trait resting and concussion awareness. Please click on the following links for further information on these topics: