Respiratory Care - Entry-Level Bachelors
Why Loma Linda University should be your 1st choice in the diverse clinical profession of Respiratory Care:
- You will learn to provide cardiopulmonary care for patients under physician direction at Loma Linda University Health medical centers starting just 4 months from admission
- You will learn under the mentorship of leaders in respiratory care who have pioneered respiratory care development around the world
- You will experience diverse specialties from neonatal to adult care at the regional trauma referral center for ¼ the state of California
- You will experience the hospitals of Loma Linda University Health, inaugurated by the president of the USA & governor of California combined with the support of a leading School of Allied Health Professions in the USA
- You will study with the university rated #1 in the USA for highest average starting salaries for graduates at BS degree level (NY Times Economix, July 20, 2009).
- You could become an alumni of the #1 ranked university in the USA for graduate satisfaction for making the world a better place!
- You could get a job in California, nationwide or in many countries around the world
- You could get involved with humanitarian service opportunities around the world!
Pictured above are members of our Class of 2016 & 2017 joining Los Angeles respiratory therapists (April, 2016),
helping to treat more than 8,000 under insured patients
Program Accreditation Information
- Only the Entry Level Bachelor of Science Respiratory Care program accreditation is provided by the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) 1248 Harwood Road, Bedford, Texas, 76021-4244. www.coarc.com. The Advanced Practitioner - Respiratory Care Bachelor of Science degree advancement program is not CoARC accredited.
- Additional accreditation information and programmatic outcomes data is provided by CoARC @ www.coarc.com/47.html
To set up an advising appointment or to ask questions regarding respiratory care, email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (909) 558-4932.
Loma Linda University
Department of Cardiopulmonary Sciences
Nichol Hall Room 1926
Loma Linda CA 92350