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Respiratory Therapy has 100% pass rate

January 11, 2013

Pictured are, from left to right, first row:  Sera Proctor, Kelly Roush, Johnna Nunamaker and Melissa Ritterback; second row:  Rose Rearley (Director of Clinical Education), Kandi Tracy, Eric Evans, Nina Brown and Winda Joseph (Instructor); and third row:  Chery Dickinson (Instructor), James Coy, Nick Walsh and John Payne (Program Director).

Pictured are, from left to right, first row: Sera Proctor, Kelly Roush, Johnna Nunamaker and Melissa Ritterback; second row: Rose Rearley (Director of Clinical Education), Kandi Tracy, Eric Evans, Nina Brown and Winda Joseph (Instructor); and third row: Chery Dickinson (Instructor), James Coy, Nick Walsh and John Payne (Program Director).

The School of Allied Health is pleased to announce that the Respiratory Therapy graduating class of 2012 has obtained a 100 percent pass rate on their Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) examination.  The CRT is the professions' standard for entrance into the practice for Respiratory Care.  This examination consists of 160 questions distributed among three major content areas:  clinical data, equipment, and therapeutic procedures.

We congratulate the RCP class of 2012 for all their hard work and success.  Also, hats off to the RCP faculty members for a job well done.

For more information on the Respiratory Therapy program contact Vicki Crabtree at 740-245-7316 or John Payne at 740-245-5334, ext. 353.