Welcome to the Respiratory Care Technology web page at St. Philip's College. The program is a sequenced learning experience offering classroom, laboratory, and clinical experiences relevant to the practice of state-of-the-art respiratory care. Graduates of the program receive an Associate of Applied Science degree and are prepared for the Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) credential.
We invite you to browse through our WebPages for information regarding our program and respiratory care as a career. For further information on the respiratory care program, please select a topic from below.
Professional Organizations & Sites of Interest
The Respiratory Care Technology program maintains close affiliation with professional organizations representing the respiratory care profession.
Additional career and related information for Respiratory Care Technology career fields may be obtained at the following sites:
Additional information regarding respiratory care credentialing & examinations can be obtained from our national credentialing organization.
The following hyperlinks provide additional and related information on this career field.
Faculty & Staff
The Respiratory Care Technology program faculty are dedicated credentialed professionals. Additional information can be obtained for each faculty member listed below.
Bruce Fisher, MS, RRT, RCP
Program Director/Assistant Professor
Michael Carpenter, MS, RRT, RCP
Director of Clinical Education/Assistant Professor
Michael Dickmann, MMS, RRT, RCP
Frances Gaus, MSIS, RRT, RCP
David Clanton, M.D.