Bri graduated from Lincoln Memorial University with a Bachelors of Science in Athletic training, while also being a student athlete and fulfilling clinical/sporting rotations with various University athletic teams. She went on to attend Eastern Kentucky University as a graduate assistant, earning her Master of Science in Sports Administration while also working with the University Womens Volleyball and Mens and Womens track teams.
After her time at Eastern, she went on to intern for the University of California, working with their football program before venturing off to cover various high schools and club sports in the California Bay Area. Before taking a position with the University of Utah, she was a clinical Athletic trainer for the University of Michigan, providing care for patients and athletes in an Orthopedic outpatient setting as well as the University Recreation Club Sports programs.
Since 2013 she has also been an athletic trainer for USA Rugby, Including coverage for the 2017 Womens World Cup in Ireland. In 2018, she took over the role and continues as the Head Athletic Trainer for USA Rugbys Womens National 15s team.
She is a native of Boise, Idaho. In her free time she enjoys spending time outdoors with her family, hiking, gardening, and adopting dogs and traveling mainly to warm places.
Jacey has worked with Dr. Chalmers at both the University Orthopaedic Center and the South Jordan Health Center for a combined two years. Along with being a medical assistant, she is a full-time honors student majoring in kinesiology at the University of Utah. Sports medicine became her passion after growing up watching her dad coach football. She hopes to go to PA school in the future.
Outside of work and school, Jacey enjoys sports photography. She is the league photographer for the Utah Girls Football League, the first all-girls tackle football league in the nation. She currently lives in Salt Lake City, UT with her big rescue dog, Herbie.
Sierra has been Dr. Chalmers medical assistant since October 2022. She is also currently attending school at Weber State University, and will soon be starting the nursing program there. Sierra is an Emergency Medical Technician and used to work on an ambulance before coming to work at the University Orthopaedic Center. Due to her being an EMT, she is on the rapid response team here at UOC. She hoped to return to emergency medicine in an emergency room after getting her nursing degree. When Sierra isn’t at work, she is often at the gym or studying. During the weekend, she will be out paddle boarding or hiking.
Adriana is a Surgical Coordinator and has been a member of Dr. Chalmers team since September 2018. She has worked in healthcare for over 10 years and has an extensive background as a working professional in sports medicine. She enjoys interacting with people and strives to meet the needs and expectations of all patients who come to the University of Utah. Adriana is originally from the California Bay Area, and recently relocated to Salt Lake City in 2018. She loves the mountains and snow, and in her free time she enjoys outdoor sports, hiking, working out, cheering for her Cali sports teams, and traveling.