Respiratory Therapist, Certifieds

A Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) is a an entry level therapist who has passed a standardized written examination administered by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC). CRTs provide diagnostic testing, therapeutics, monitoring, rehabilitation, and education to patients with disorders of the cardiopulmonary system. They provide these respiratory care services in all health care facilities and in the home. A CRT is a graduate of an associate degree program approved by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Educational Programs (CAAHEP) and where applicable, is licensed by the state and is practicing within the scope of the license. *

Specialization: Pulmonary Function Technologist

An individual who is trained and qualified to perform pulmonary diagnostic tests. In the course of conducting these tests, the Pulmonary Function Technologist is able to setup, calibrate, maintain, and ensure the quality assurance of the pulmonary function testing equipment. In the laboratory, clinical or patient care setting the technologist instructs patients, elicits cooperation, performs procedures, monitors patient response, and evaluates patient performance. Tests results are calculated, compared with predicted normal ranges, and evaluated for reliability. The technologist collects clinical history data and evaluates the clinical implications of the test results. **

Janet Baggett RRT
Mr. Glenn Denton CRTT
Mrs. Carline Guerrier RRT
Albert Heurich MD
Mr. Thomas Hintz CRT,RPFT,RCP
Ryan Hodgins RRT
Ms. Susan Jacobsen
Joseph Kintzel RRT, RCP
Mrs. Maria Rico RRT,CPFT
Jessica Shell RRT-NPS
Helen Sorenson RRT
Karen Wasson CRT
Pamela Wheeler RRT,CPFT