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Supervisor Respiratory Therapist Job in Tomah, Wisconsin – Department of Veterans Affairs

Registration as RRT: As a Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) and a registry number, or a certification from another ... Also, please provide work ... read more

Continuing Education Classes for a Respiratory Therapist

Contact your state licensing or certification board for more information. Respiratory therapists earned a median annual salary of $58,670 in 2016, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. On ... read more

Respiratory Therapist Licensure and Credential Information

To become a respiratory therapist you have the option of earning an associate's (most common) or a bachelor's degree in respiratory therapy through an accredited program. You must also become licensed ... read more

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Baker College of Auburn Hills respiratory care program achieves 'Distinguished' credential third consecutive year

Credentials for a registered respiratory therapist (RRT) and/or a certified respiratory therapist (CRT) are used as the basis for licensure in the 49 states ... associate degree program in 2006. For m... read more

15 Best Jobs With the Biggest Paychecks

NPs may also need a second license and certification. Each state sets its own specific requirements; check with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing for more information. Nurse ... read more

NOW HIRING: 8 places looking for workers in the Valley (12/2)

Job requirements include CPR/First Aid certification ... and respiratory therapists. Perks of HonorHealth include various scheduling options and tuition assistance of $5,250 per year. Head here for ad... read more

Respiratory Therapy Certification and Diploma Program Information

There are several different certifications available for respiratory therapists. The minimum education level for certification is an ... therapists must be certified before applying for licensure. The ... read more

Medical Monday: Accreditation Marks Milestone for Respiratory Program

A new accreditation is enabling graduates of the respiratory therapy program to walk away with an associate’s degree and eligibility for national certification ... which is a stepping stone for a stat... read more

As Population Ages, Respiratory Therapists Thrive

Illinois is among 42 states that require respiratory therapists to be licensed. Respiratory therapists seeking entry-level or general positions are usually required to possess a Certified Respiratory ... read more

Local Respiratory Care Program Grads Achieve High Pass Rates

and for the RRT (Registered Respiratory Therapist – the advanced credential) national licensure exams. The national average for success on the CRT exam is 92.5 percent – NSCC scored 100 percent and th... read more

Interview Questions for Clinical Respiratory Therapy

Clinical respiratory therapists ... a state license to meet minimum employment requirements. Many facilities prefer candidates who obtain additional education and certifications. The National Board fo... read more

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