Extubating patients when appropriate and providing appropriate airway care following extubation
Respiratory Care Technical Standards
Graduate of Kennebec Valley Community College in Fairfield, Maine 2008. Previous Bachelor of Arts degree from Gordon College. Scot has over 7 years clinical experience, including adult critical care, neonatal and pediatric critical care, and worked as a supervisor at a major trauma hospital in North Carolina. He has co-authored several titles, including a book on Simulation in Respiratory, the first of its kind. Scot is currently pursuing his Master’s degree in Respiratory Care Leadership with a concentration in Adult and Organizational Education.
Adjunct Clinical Faculty: Ketlie Dominique BS, RRT
Ketlie graduated from the Miami Dade Respiratory Therapy program in 2005 where she earned her Associate of Science Degree. Ketlie also has her Bachelor of Science Degree in Respiratory Therapy from Grand Canyon University, and is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Health Management. Ketlie has over 10 years of clinical experience, spending her career at Memorial Regional Hospital as an adult critical care therapist. She has always worked closely with students, and her passion for the profession has always been remarked on.
Adjunct Clinical Faculty: Lisa Patti BS, RRT
Graduate of Daytona State College Respiratory Therapy Program in 1999, and has since received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Science from Nova Southeastern University, where she is also pursuing her Master of Health Science degree. Lisa has over 16 years’ experience as a Respiratory Therapist, and has worked closely with students wherever she has worked.
Adjunct Clinical Faculty: Glorian Oliver RRT
Graduate of Miami Dade College in 1978 with nearly 40 years of clinical experience, including over 25 years at Memorial Regional Hospital. Extensive experience in critical care, emergency department, including in supervisory roles. Glorian has shared her clinical expertise with students for many years.