Katherine Patch, MS, ATC/LAT, Paramedic - email@example.com
Katie received her Associates degrees from Montana State University Billings (MSUB) in Fire Science and Paramedicine, her Bachelor's degree from Rocky Mountain College in Exercise Science, and her Masters of Science in Athletic Training from Montana State University Billings.
Katie is a nationally certified athletic trainer (ATC) through the Board of Certification and is licensed in the State of Montana (since 2013). She also holds a state license in Montana as a Paramedic (since 2009). She is an instructor for Basic Life Support CPR through the American Heart Association, as well as an instructor for the Hands Only CPR and STOP the Bleed campaigns. Katie is also a guest lecturer for MSUB’s Athletic Training Education Program.
Katie’s professional affiliations include the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the North West Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Montana Athletic Trainers’ Association, and the Montana Coaches Association.
She started her career with AMP at OrthoMontana before accepting a position at Holy Rosary. She has been with Holy Rosary since 2015, providing contracted outreach services to WMS, CCDHS, and MCC.
“I was born and raised in Miles City and always wanted to come back to serve my hometown. I have had a love of sports from a young age and a passion for medicine, so athletic training is the perfect career! I enjoy hanging out with family, going on walks with my dog, and spoiling my nephew!”
Amy Tooke, ATC/LAT, PTA
Amy received her Bachelor’s Degrees from The University of Montana in Health and Human Performance with an emphasis in Athletic Training in 2001 and her Associates of Applied Science degree from Kent State University in Physical Therapist Assistant Technology in 2016.
Amy is a nationally certified athletic trainer (ATC) through the Board of Certification (BOC) and has been licensed in the State of Montana since 2009. She has been a licensed physical therapist assistant since 2016.
Amy is also an instructor for Basic Life Support CPR through the American Heart Association and an instructor for Hands Only CPR, a community program.
Her professional affiliations include the Athletic Training Board of Certification, National Athletic Trainers’ Association, the North West Athletic Trainers’ Association, the Montana Athletic Trainers’ Association, the American Physical Therapy Association, and the American Heart Association.
Amy’s first job was in Dillon where she was introduced to local Miles Citian, Johnny Tooke. They moved to Miles City in 2005 and now have 3 children. She has worked at Holy Rosary Healthcare as an AT since 2005 and has worked with CCDHS through contracted services since moving here.