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Respiratory Therapy proper placement

Baptist College's Respiratory Therapy program is 1 of only 3 bachelor's degree programs in Tennessee and 1 of around 70 colleges and universities in the U.S.

Respiratory care, also known as respiratory therapy, is a profession that specializes in providing care to patients who have illnesses that affect heart and lung function. Respiratory therapists are uniquely qualified to assist in diagnosing, treating, and managing acute and chronic cardiopulmonary disorders.

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The Bachelor of Health Sciences degree with a major in Respiratory Care offered at Baptist College provides a strong foundation in general studies and comprehensive professional courses that emphasize the science of cardiopulmonary pathophysiology which prepares students to become registered respiratory therapist (RRT).