Stony Brook RT Students answer the call of Volunteerism

Jim Ganetis, MS, RRT- NPS

ala fight for air climbWe continue to be very encouraging of professional involvement. For example, our junior class held a bake sale and raised $400 to support the American Lung Association (ALA).

Then during Spring break, one group of junior students volunteered at the ALA's Fight For Air Climb located at One Penn Plaza (57 floor skyscraper) in Manhattan, New York on March 21.  Students set up up water and rest stops, greeted and assisted in guiding the climbers, and being "Firefighter Gear Checkers" assuring that the firefighters doing the climb met the equipment check list.


28th Annual Respiratory Care Managers / Educators Conference

Co-sponsored by the NYSSRC and NJSRC

Thursday, June 4 to Friday, June 5, 2015

Winter Clove Inn, Round Top, NY

"Survival in a Changing Profession"

9 CRCE credits will be applied for thru the AARC

Attendee Registration Open

Program Brochure


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Turning Stone Conference Vendors

Vendor Registration is Open

To our valued vendor colleagues:

This year, on Thursday and Friday, October 1 and 2, 2015; The 35th Annual New York State Society for Respiratory Care Symposium will be held at the Turning Stone Resort, located at Exit 33 of the NYS Thruway in Verona, New York. We anticipate that we will once again have a large turnout, over 300 therapists, other health care professionals, and 34 vendors attended in 2014. We think you will be particularly happy with the amply scheduled exhibitor times, as well as the vendor space planned for this year. As always, breaks and meals will occur adjacent to exhibits to maximize the visibility of your products.


We Have a Winner!

Nick Clayton

Congratulations to Nick Clayton from SUNY Stony Brook. He is our latest winner of the NYSSRC student essay contest. Nick grew up in East Setauket on Long Island and has lived here all his life. Nick comes from a long line of respiratory therapists. His mom was a respiratory therapist for many years at a local hospital (St. Charles). His uncle is a therapist who has worked at a number of different hospitals throughout Long Island and even worked in North Carolina for a few years.


Update to Login Credentials

An Important Update to Login Credentials

By popular demand, we are happy to announce that we will be rolling out a change to the handling of usernames and passwords to improve security in the coming weeks. The update will begin to be rolled out January 19. Please take a moment to review the summary points below about these changes:

  • Users who click the "Forgot Password" button on the login page will be sent a link to reset their password.
  • There is now a separate button on the login page for users to retrieve their usernames. Users who click this button will be sent their username in a separate email.
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