If you are interested in an exciting health profession, Seminole State College's Respiratory Care Program may be for you.
Respiratory care practitioners provide prescribed care and life support to patients with cardiopulmonary problems by:
More than 80 percent of respiratory care practitioners work in hospitals, where they care for patients in medical and surgical wards; emergency departments; and neonatal, adult and pediatric intensive care units. Respiratory therapists also provide care in rehabilitative centers, physician offices and patients' homes.
The Respiratory Care Program at Seminole State prepares graduates with demonstrated competence in the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective learning domains of Respiratory Care practice as performed by Registered Respiratory Therapists.
The Respiratory Care Program at Seminole State is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC).
Outcomes data from the Annual Report of Current Status is posted on the Programmatic Outcomes Data Web page on the CoARC website. Programmatic outcomes are performance indicators that reflect the extent to which the goals of the program are achieved and by which program effectiveness is documented. Programmatic outcomes data reported on the CoARC website include:
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1248 Harwood Road
Bedford, TX 76021-4244
Those who are considering a career in respiratory care should have:
For more information on respiratory care at Seminole State, contact: