Meet Our Athletic Trainers
Jana Webb, MS, LAT, ATC
Randolph Health Athletic Training
Eastern Randolph High School
Randolph Health Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
503 North Fayetteville Street
Asheboro, NC 27203
A MESSAGE FROM JANA
Hi all, my name is Jana Webb. In 2020 I accepted the position of Athletic Training Manager, but I've been practicing in Randolph County as an athletic trainer since 2009. I've served on the sidelines of SWRHS and AHS but found my home at Eastern Randolph High School in 2012. I am a proud member of the Wildcat community. I might just even bleed a little green and gold.
In 2007, I received my bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science – Athletic Training from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill (GO TAR HEELS!) and continued my education by earning my Master in Human Performance at East Carolina University in 2009. After gaining two years of experience as an athletic trainer in Division 1 athletics, I returned to Randolph County and made it my goal to bring Athletic Training to an under-served area.
I love my athletes with all my heart and try to find joy in working each and every sport. I try not to pick favorites, but I will have to say, softball will always hold a special place in my heart. My own athletic career began on the dirt diamond and I will always love the sport. I am blessed to have a career that gets me front row seats to every game – you can't beat the view from the sidelines (no matter what the sport)!
With more than twelve years under my belt, I have so many stories and experiences that have solidified my career choice. Initially, I wanted to be a physical therapist because I broke my arm in seventh grade and was inspired to help others get back to what they loved after my PT did the same for me. The summer of my freshman year, I was getting some observation hours at a local PT clinic and met a really great athletic trainer. You might know him. I credit Joe Mullins with my love of athletic training, because he was the first to introduce me to it. He is a great professional role model!
Over the years I have developed so many relationships in this community; in this county I call home. I strive to provide excellent care for my athletes and educate them, so when I tore my left Achilles three years after tearing the right, it was amazing to see the support come in from my "home." My job is a huge part of who I am. I've joked many times saying, "I am the job," but I'm a lot more than just an AT. I'm also a wife. Andrew and I got married the summer before I started working at ERHS. I'm a photographer. I love helping people catch their memories. I'm a worship leader. I love my church family at Journey Church here in Asheboro. I want my athletes to know there is more to life than just sports, so I try to let that shine through in my life.
We have a phenomenal staff of athletic trainers here at Randolph Health, and I am so proud to be their "fearless leader."