AARC Members Share How Personal Experiences Led to Their RT Career

 Published: May 18, 2022

By: Debbie Bunch

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AARC member Kristin Farmer was featured in an article in The Mountaineer about how the loss of her premature twins led her to a career in respiratory care. Her program coordinator, AARC member Gretchen Guelcher, MSRC, RRT, RRT-ACCS, RRT-NPS, said she’s persevered and come out on top. Read it Here

AARC member Jake Knorr, RRT, was featured in an article in the La Crosse Tribune that chronicled his journey from Marine Corps sergeant to lead respiratory therapist at his hospital. Read it Here

AARC member Richard Hinds, MS, BSRT, RRT, was featured in an article on the Carson City Headlines website about his new position as CEO of QoL Devices Inc. Read it Here

AARC member Madison Bryant was featured in an segment on the News 4 website about her college graduation and why she decided to become an RT. Read and Watch it Here

AARC member Scott Yates, BS, RRT, was featured in an article in the News and Tribune about what it’s like working at the same hospital as his wife, who is a nurse. Read it Here

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Debbie Bunch

Debbie Bunch is an AARC contributor who writes feature articles, news stories, and other content for Newsroom, the AARC website, and associated emailed newsletters. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, traveling, photography, and spending time with her children and grandchildren. Connect with Debbie by email or on AARConnect or LinkedIn.

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