Arkansas Society of Respiratory Care was established in 1962.
Today there are over 500 members who have discovered the benefit
of the professional society. The
Arkansas Society of Respiratory Care is a chartered affiliate of the American Association for Respiratory Care.
The Arkansas Society for Respiratory Care is pleased to invite you to nominate a fellow ASRC member that will be willing to serve our society for the following offices:
President-Elect, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, and Vice-Chairs of Central, Northeast, Northwest, and South Districts.
To be eligible you must:
1. Be an active member of the AARC/ASRC in good standing.
2. Be willing to work hard and serve the full term of service.
Nominations will be open from 5/16/2016-6/13/2016. This is the first year to implement our updated by-laws. The terms of service for each office are listed below.
President-Elect is successor to the office of President when the President’s term of office ends. President-Elect is a 1 year term, President is a 2 year term, and Past President is a 1 year term. If you accept a nomination as President- Elect this will be a 4 year commitment to the ASRC.
Vice- President will serve a 2 year term, therefore it is a 2 year commitment.
Treasurer is a 2 year term and will require 1 year as Past Treasurer. Accepting this nomination will require a 3 year commitment to the ASRC.
Secretary is a 2 year term and will require 1 year as Past Secretary. Accepting this nomination will require a 3 year commitment to the ASRC.
District Vice-Chairs are the successors of the District Chairs when their term ends. This is a 2 year commitment.
Before you make a nomination, please ensure that the nominee is willing to serve in the office you are nominating them for. If you know current leaders or potential leaders please encourage them to get involved.
The leaders of this society have helped me grow personally a professionally. I will be forever grateful for the opportunities I have had to learn from some great leaders within the ASRC. I feel sure we can help develop more great leaders to secure our future and grow our society if we dig deep and nominate candidates with great professional/ leadership potential.
Kimberly Brown RRT receives “Central District Respiratory Care Practitioner of the Year Award”
Pictured from left to Right (David Gibson RRT, RPFT-NPS, Kim Brown BS, RRT and Nichole Drewry RRT (Central District Chair)
Thank you Kimberly for all of your hard work and commitment. We are all very proud of you!
Team ASRC participated in today's Great Strides Cystic Fibrosis walk at the Little Rock Zoo! Thank you to everyone that participated!
Southeast Arkansas College
Excellence, Clinical Excellence and Outstanding performance and dedication awards.
Mallory Roberson, Senior class president passed it to junior class president Allyson Lowery. One picture is of the class and all their children who made the journey with them. Also the 2016 Graduating class.
UAMS RT Graduating Class of 2016- University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
ASRC Board of Directors participate in Fight For Air Climb sponsored by the
American Lung Association.
Nominate a hardworking RT for "Clinical Practitioner of the Year".
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Fight For AIR CLIMB
March 12, 2016
Think you are in shape? Want to prove it and help raise money for research, education and patient programs to help people affected by lung disease. Come Climb with us!!
Click Here for more details: http://action.lung.org/site/TR?fr_id=13760&pg=entry
Arkansas Society for Respiratory Care meets with Smoke Free Little Rock. David Gibson, Jennifer Parr, Chuck Burke and Olivia Powers.
Arkansas Delegates attend International Congress Meeting in Tampa, Florida.
Pictured left to right (Art Middleton BS, RRT, RPFT and Heather Neal-Rice Med, RRT-NPS)
Heather and Art recently represented Arkansas during the International Congress Meeting in Tampa, Florida. We would like to say a special “thank you” to Heather Neal-Rice for serving as Delegate for the past 8 years. Heather’s leadership and direction has made a tremendous impact in our state.
The ASRC mission is to provide effective leadership that promotes the Respiratory Care Profession and its skilled practitioners as leaders in the field of pulmonary medicine through patient, community and healthcare provider education.