Good Press: AARC Members in the News | July 2018

 Updated: July 3, 2018

Good Press: Middle Georgia State (MGA) will offer respiratory therapy as a bachelor's degree only program beginning fall 2018. L-R: MGA full-time faculty members Jasmine Brown, Beth Brown, Teri Miller, and Dr. Charles Matson.
Middle Georgia State (MGA) will offer respiratory therapy as a bachelor's degree only program beginning fall 2018. L-R: MGA full-time faculty members Jasmine Brown, Beth Brown, Teri Miller, and Dr. Charles Matson.


Good Press: Jennifer Fields, RRT
Jennifer Fields, RRT
Good Press: Terri Miller, M.Ed., RRT
Terri Miller, M.Ed., RRT

As part of a pulmonary and cardiac rehab team, Jennifer Fields, RRT, oversees the smoking cessation program. Read more about the program and Fields’ efforts at BlueRidgeNow.com.


Teri Miller, M.Ed., RRT was featured in MGA magazine discussing the school’s new Bachelor’s program for RT. Check out the story.


Mary Hart, MS, RRT, FAARC, discusses how a Harmonicas for Health program is benefitting COPD patients. Read the story at WeAreGreenBay.com.


Dan Bradford received a one-of-a-kind housewarming as the first person to move back into a house rebuilt after the October wildfires destroyed his home. Read the story at the Sonoma-Index Tribune.