The MSRC is committed to health, healing and disease prevention through education, information sharing and partnerships with other professional associations and patient advocacy groups.
The MSRC would like to congratulate the Respiratory Therapy Program 2014 Graduates. We look forward to the success of these highly trained and dedicated individuals. Click the graduation cap or link above to view the list.
We are committed to advancing the science and practice of respiratory care through the continued learning and promotion of innovative and evidence-based clinical applications.
AARC has just sent an update on the Ebola crisis that concerns all respiratory thearapists. This disease is something we all take very seriously and we want to be prepared should it come to our area. Click the link above to read the update and get access to the AARC Ebola resources.
We are committed to providing effective leadership by encouraging professional excellence and advancement in a proactive forum. We provide a number of educational opportunities for our members and other interested medical professionals.
MSRC was honored to receive the AARC Summit Award. This award is given annually to the AARC's Top Chartered Affiliates as determined by its House of Delegates. MSRC members should be proud of the work we have done to further our profession.
Governor Snyder Declares November as Respiratory Care Awareness Month
We thank the Governor for recently proclaiming November as Respiratory Care Awareness month in Michigan. The goal is to try and raise awareness of respiratory health issues following the ongoing Respiratory Care Week of Oct. 19-25. Click the resolution to read the Governors' Proclimation and vist AARC to get more information on Respiratory Care Week.