Portland Campus Selected to Host International Fellowship Program

Students study on lawn outside Portland campus.

For the second year in a row, our outstanding Portland campus was selected City Host for The American Association of Respiratory Care’s Fellowship Program.

This year, Portland welcomed Dr. Mohamad El-Khatib a professor of anesthesiology from Lebanon who is committed to the advancement of respiratory care outside the United States.

We organized opportunities for Dr. Khatib to observe how respiratory care is taught, delivered and managed here in the United States.

We were so excited to be able to provide this educational opportunity and were honored to be a part of expanding respiratory therapy knowledge into other countries.  What a great opportunity for our campus and students!

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