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ATC to Serve Special Olympics
April 4, 2017

Hopedale Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Athletic Trainer selected to be on the medical team for Special Olympics USA during the World Games in Austria.

Hopedale, IL – Special Olympics USA will send a 210-member delegation to represent the United States at the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games held March 14-25, 2017, in Graz, Ramsau and Schladming, Austria. Greg Eberle ATC, CEAS, Assistant Director of Sports Medicine at the Hopedale Medical Complex, is one of seven medical team members in the delegation to provide care for the athletes during the games. There are 4 physicians and 3 Certified Athletic Trainers on the team. Eberle’s responsibility will be overseeing the snowshoeing venue. “This is a privilege to be part of a team that represents the USA and working with all of the outstanding Special Olympic Athletes.” Eberle stated. Hopedale Medical Complex COO,  Mark Rossi,  added , “It’s not surprising that Greg was selected for this trip among the numerous  applicants,  as he has always displayed exemplary performance here at HMC and in  our area communities. We wish him continued success and safe travels .”

ESPN’s global coverage of the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games inAustria, the largest sporting and humanitarian event in 2017, will begin March 18. For more information about Special Olympics USA Click Here!  Hopedale Medical Complex is committed to promoting outstanding healthcare, healthy lifestyles, health education, and wellness. Visit HopedaleMC.com to learn more about the services offered at Hopedale Medical Complex, which is just 10 miles south of Morton, off Interstate 155 (Exit 19.)