Good Press: AARC Members in the News
June 27, 2011
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- April Sigman is noted for swooping down in a transport helicopter to take part in a career day for kindergarteners in this article in the Hudson Hub Times out of Ohio. The outing was arranged by her transport team’s medical director, who has a child in the school.
- This article in the Tacoma, WA, News Tribune lists the candidates running for a school board seat currently held by Kim Golding, who is vacating the position after serving since 2005.
- Doug Masini’s students are featured in two recent articles in his school newspaper: this one focuses on their clinical rotations at a local children’s hospital, while this one profiles student Bob May, who got into the profession after being treated for asthma as a child.
- Tom Bascetta is pictured in this article the Hartford, CT, Courant about his transport program’s use of night vision goggles.
- Bob Miller talks about some of the state-of-the-art treatments and modalities delivered by his RT department in this article in the Hernando, FL, Today, including a new device to aid in the event of cardiac arrest. “We are the only hospital in the county doing this that I am aware of,” he was quoted as saying.
- Matthew Hill is featured in this article on the KAJ18 website out of Kalispell, MT, about his recent win in the Montana Lottery. Matthew says he’ll use his $25,000 prize to pay off some bills and maybe buy a new car.
- Liz Ridenhour comments on volunteering at a local asthma camp in this article in the Salisbury, NC, Post. “I just wanted to help with the kids,” she was quoted as saying. “It’s been really fun.”
- Heather Kalill, Lois Rowland, Sherry Compton, and Stacey Smith are all noted for helping to bring the Virginia Society for Respiratory Care’s Semi-Annual District meeting to Danville Regional Medical Center in this article on the hospital’s website.
- Carrie Tracy comments on a double lung transplant patient taking part in her pulmonary rehabilitation program in this article in the Beloit, WI, Daily News. “Carol has always been a remarkable patient,” she is quoted as saying. “Since her transplant, she is clinically a new person with clear breath sounds, no wheezing.”