First responders are present for all volleyball and basketball practices and competitions. Team physicians are on-site for basketball games and NCAA championships.
Fixed telephone lines are located in the Athletic Training Room (Room 147) on east side of the arena and at Scorer's Table (during competitions only). Cellular phones may or may not work inside the building.
AED, first aid supplies, spine board, crutches, vacuum splints are located in the Athletic Training Room on the court level (Room 147). Airway management supplies are present during basketball games and NCAA championships.
In the event of an emergency:
1. Provide immediate care of the injured student-athlete or staff member.
2. Activate Emergency Medical Services (EMS) using
a. Fixed Telephone Line: Dial 9-911.
b. Cellular Telephone: Dial 911.
Instruct EMS personnel to "Report to the Maples Pavillion using the Bonair Siding Road entrance. We have an injured student-athlete/staff member in need of emergency medical treatment. We are located on the ___ floor in room ___. A member of the Sports Medicine Team will meet you in the Maples Pavillion Parking Lot #11.
3. Notify Stanford Sports Medicine Staff at Arrillaga Family Sports Center Athletic Training Room by calling (650) 723-1214.
4. Retrieve necessary emergency equipment.
5. Direct EMS to the scene.
a. Open appropriate gates/doors.
b. Designate individual to "flag down" EMS and direct them to the scene.
c. Control the scene - Limit the scene to first responders. Remove bystanders.
Certified Athletic Trainer:
Tomoo Yamada, Marcella Shorty, Nina Holley, Kevin Robell
From East Campus Drive, turn onto Bonair Sidine Road and into the Maples Pavillion Parking Lot #11. The loading dock is located on the Northeast corner of the parking lot.