Gateway to Serviceā€¦.. Engaging Minds, Transforming Lives

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We are excitedly looking forward to Alumni Weekend, hoping that all of our Respiratory Care alumni from over 40 years will come and celebrate with us on Thursday, April 10. We will induct new members to the Lambda Beta National Respiratory Care Honor Society. Our keynote speaker, Dr. Dexter Frederick, will share with us his Gateway to Service memories and accomplishments. We will honor our medical directors for their vision, achievement, and commitment to the success of our Respiratory Care students and alumni. Please come and join us!

Vicki Rosette, program director, and Alvin Tucker, director of clinical education.

There are so many (memories). Driving to clinicals, why it's called "pulmonary toilet", reading the breasts on CXRs, special friends. Hope you all this special reunion.

Margaret Chapman (Medgy Kanka) Class of 1982



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