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ISRC Annual Respiratory Care Conference:

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Our Mission

The ISRC is a patient and member-focused affiliate of the AARC dedicated to providing quality patient care and enhancing the professionalism and competence of RTs within its geographic boundaries.

The ISRC believes in....

  • Providing patient care with an emphasis on human dignity, confidentiality, and rights of the individual.

  • Providing professional excellence in a courteous, caring, and progressive environment.

  • Maintaining a distinguished profession continually trained in up-to-date therapeutic and diagnostic techniques.

  • Encouraging and developing, on a regional basis, educational programs for those persons interested in the field of Respiratory Care.

  • Providing education to the general public in pulmonary health promotion and disease prevention.

  • The responsible use of resources and rendering services in a cost-efficient manner.













President Notes:

As my term as president of the ISRC nears its end, I am very grateful for the experience this role has given me.  It has been an honor to work side by side with the respiratory therapists who lead our healthcare community.

The next few years promise changes and challenges for all members of the healthcare team as we see the Healthcare Reform enacted.  We will need the continued support of the respiratory therapists in Idaho to ensure that our interests are represented at a local and national level.  Our goal at the ISRC is to ensure that respiratory therapists decide the future of the respiratory care profession.

 We could use your help!  If you have a passion for respiratory therapy, love what you do, and want to help protect our practice; please consider volunteering with the ISRC.  We are always looking for new members and fresh ideas to help guide our leadership team.

If you have any questions or suggestions for the ISRC, please contact me.  I look forward to seeing you at this year’s annual conference this May.

Respectfully Submitted,

Mendy Williams, BSN, RRT-NPS