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GROSSMONT COLLEGE RESPIRATORY THERAPY

IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE 3/16/2020
Respiratory Therapy office is physically closed. Communicate via email to the:
RT Health Specialist  denise.gilbert@gcccd.edu
OR
RT Program Director  peggy.wells@gcccd.edu

 Accepting Applications Now!


 RT PROGRAM PREVIEW INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS:

Monday, February 24, 2020 2:00-3:00 in Room 212
Monday, February 24, 2020 5:30-6:30 in Room 211
Monday, April 06, 2020 2:00-3:00 in Room 212 - Cancelled due to COVID-19

Monday, June 1, 2020 11:00-1:00 - We will offer this presentation via Zoom. Please contact denise.gilbert@gcccd.edu to sign up.

 We are located in the Western region of the college
(Building 34-Health & Sciences Complex) 
You may purchase a $2.00 daily parking permit for your vehicle
at one of the gray parking kiosks or at the cashiers offices.


Please contact the RT Office for more information:

(619) 644-7448

Job Outlook Looks Good for Respiratory Therapists!

 

 

RECOMMENDED COURSE: SLEEP DISORDERS
AND DIAGNOSTICS - Resp-220


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Grossmont College Philosophy

To be a responsive leader in developing effective and efficient quality educational programs, classes and services to meet the needs of students for transfer to baccalaureate institutions, job entry and job re-entry skills, and for lifelong and cultural enrichment necessary to a productive and socially responsible life.

Respiratory Therapy Program Philosophy

The Respiratory Therapy Program of Grossmont College shall facilitate student growth in the allied health specialty of respiratory care. Major emphasis will be directed towards helping each student develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to becoming a competent, well-rounded health care team member. The student shall demonstrate appropriate growth by:

  • Displaying skills in gathering and recording clinical information.
  • Competently defining the patient's problem(s).
  • Judging appropriate Respiratory Therapy intervention.
  • Displaying judgment and skill in implementing therapy.
  • Acquiring effective and appropriate attitudes towards his/her role as a Respiratory Therapist.
  • Accepting responsibility for the growth of Respiratory Therapy as a profession.
Last Updated: 05/07/2020

Contact

Denise Gilbert
Health Professions Specialist
Email: denise.gilbert@gcccd.edu
Phone: (619) 644-7448
Fax: (619) 644-7910

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