Program Recognized for Distinguished Registered Respiratory Therapist Success

SAYRE, PA. – The Mansfield University-Robert Packer Hospital Respiratory Therapy program has been recognized by COARC (Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care) for “Distinguished Respiratory Therapist Success” for the third straight year.

In the recognition, COARC stated that the program reached success in “inspiring its graduates to achieve their highest educational and professional aspirations.”

1st row left to right:  Christopher Schneider, Katie Tiffany, Rebecca Case
2nd row:  Shea Roupp, Bailey Shaw, Susan Ferrito (Director of Clinical Education)
3rd Row, Joseph Sawyer (Guthrie RPH President), Dr Patterson, Sheila Merrill (Program Director)


The Respiratory Therapy program, which has been offered as a two-year associate’s degree program, is transitioning to a four-year bachelor’s degree program in Respiratory Care.

To learn more about the Respiratory Care program, please visit the program web site.