Health and Wellness
At CVA, the health and safety of our student-athletes is our top priority. Our comprehensive approach includes a health center on site in the dormitory staffed with a full-time RN; the athletic training office on campus with a full-time certified and licensed Athletic Trainer; Human Performance Director; CPR/First Aid trained staff, teachers and coaches; and a certified counselor on retainer. We employ a team approach working closely with multiple local health care providers from a variety of disciplines to ensure thorough care with the best possible results.
Tristy Wolfe, Athletic Trainer
Since 2008 Tristy has been a therapeutic exercise specialist and certified chiropractic assistant at HealthQuest in Farmington. Prior to that she served as the Head of Sports Medicine as a certified Athletic Trainer at Georgian Court University in Lakewood, NJ for seven years. She earned her Bachelor's degree from Plymouth State University in Athletic Training and Fitness and Rehabilitation with a minor in Health. In 2005, she graduated with a Master's degree in Holistic Health Studies from GCU while becoming a master-level Reiki practitioner. Tristy is also a Certified American Red Cross Instructor and member of the National Athletic Trainers Association.
Amy Martin, School Nurse
Amy joins CVA as the new on-site nurse. After receiving her Associates Degree in Nursing from Central Maine Medical Center College of Nursing and Health Professionals, Amy worked as a Registered Nurse at Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington. Amy brings experience with providing pre- and post-operative care to a diverse patient population, where she was responsible for patient assessment, education, medication administration, follow-up testing and referral scheduling. She holds current BLS and ACLS certification.