Linda Jensen, Athletic Trainer
Sports Medicine Center at Children’s Mercy
Linda Jensen is a certified athletic trainer for the Sports Medicine Center at Children’s Mercy and serves as the head athletic trainer at Turner High School. In her current role since 2012, Jensen has been a certified athletic trainer since 1992 and has spent her entire career in the secondary school setting.
An integral part of the Golden Bears’ success, Jensen’s priorities center around injury prevention, evaluation and treatment of the student-athletes and she can be found on the sidelines of the court, pitch or field. Jensen is on site at practices, home contests and some road games during the school year, as well as camps and training throughout the summer providing care for the Golden Bears. She is CPR/AED-certified and equipped with an AED at all times.
In addition to her extended Turner High School family, Jensen is married with three kids of her own. She grew up on a farm and loves genealogy and quilting in her free time.
The Sports Medicine Center at Children’s Mercy is the official athletic training provider of Turner High School and provides similar services to multiple other high schools around the Kansas City metro area. For more information about the comprehensive care the Sports Medicine Center at Children’s Mercy provides, please visit cmh.edu/sportsmedicine.