Respiratory care professionals are in critical demand. ASU Mid-South offers high-tech equipment and instruction to put you on the fast track to employment. This is a great opportunity to earn a degree in a first-class program, become licensed, and give back to your community while working in fast-paced environments like newborn and pediatric units, intensive care, and emergency rooms.
ASU Mid-South’s Respiratory Care program is designed with a focus on prevention, assessment, treatment, management, control, diagnostic evaluation, education, and care of patients with deficiencies and abnormalities of the cardiopulmonary system.
If you are interested in respiratory care, seek an advisor as early as possible to find out about the requirements. Class size is limited, and program acceptance is competitive. If you are interested in the Respiratory Care program, Contact the Program Director or the Clinical Director for information.
Program Outcomes Data is available from the Commission of Accreditation for Respiratory Care: http://www.coarc.com/47.html
Note: ASU Mid-South’s Respiratory Care program has been placed on probationary accreditation effective November 11, 2017. Based on the 2017 Annual Report of Current Status, the program did not meet the threshold for CRT Credentialing Success (2014-2016).
For more information about the Respiratory Care program, or how to register:
Or contact Janet Weathers, Program Director
Or contact Kelli Gaines, Clinical Director
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