Lance McNamara received his Bachelor’s of Science degree from Indiana State University in Physical Education and Sports Studies.  Mr. McNamara obtained his Master’s of Science degree from Ohio University in Physical Education, Health and Human Studies.  He earned additional certification and license as an EMT-I85 from Lanier Technical College.
Mr. McNamara’s roles at WBHS include teaching Introduction to Healthcare Science Technology, Essentials of Healthcare, Advisor to Health Occupations Students of America, Head Athletic Trainer for WBHS's Athletic Department  and a Clinical Instructor within the University of Georgia Athletic Training Educational Program.  

Mr. McNamara’s certifications included being a national registered and State of Georgia Certified Athletic Trainer and EMT-I85 as well as an instructor in CPR/AED/First Aid.  Mr. McNamara has been a nationally Certified Athletic Trainer since 1988 and a Georgia licensed EMT-I85 since 2008.  He had been licensed in Illinois prior to moving to Georgia.
Mr. McNamara’s previous experience includes being an Athletic Trainer/Assistant Professor at Eastern Illinois University, Head Athletic Trainer at Southeast Missouri State University and Clinical Manager at The Morris Center in Winder. 
While not in the classroom or providing Athletic Training service to the WBHS Athletic program, Mr. McNamara provides lectures on various Sports Medicine topics and experience as an Athletic Trainer.  He also enjoys reading science fiction and spending time with his family.



Introduction to Healthcare Science

Essentials of Healthcare

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