It’s election time once again and I would like to personally urge each of you to participate in this year’s election process. It is absolutely essential that we as Respiratory Care Practitioners have strong leadership to represent us at both the state and federal level in the year 2016. As your SCSRC President-Elect, I also encourage each of you to become involved with your state society. There are numerous opportunities for anyone interested, just let us know!
To participate in the balloting process, please click this link: https://scsrcadmin.simplyvoting.com. To access the ballot you will need to login in with your AARC member number as your user name and your five digit zip code as your password. Please note: per the SCSRC bylaws, only active AARC members are permitted to vote. Information for each of the election candidates is available here for review:
SCSRC 2015 CANDIDATES' BIOGRAPHIES
Should you have any difficulty with your user name or password, please e-mail email@example.com for assistance.
Balloting will end on September 9th at 11 am, and results will be reviewed and presented at the SCSRC 44th Annual Conference, which will be held at the Hilton Myrtle Beach Resort, Kingston Plantation September 9th, 10th and 11th. The results will be announced during the Business Meeting/Awards Reception on Wednesday, September 9th.
Thanks for all that you do to provide quality respiratory care services to South Carolinians. Don’t procrastinate!! Please take the time to complete your ballots now. Your participation is truly appreciated.
Bryan Leatherwood MHA, RRT
Chairman of the Elections Committee
The SCSRC and MUSC's own Brooke Yeager is featured in an AARC news article on telehealth. Congratulations Brooke!
Read the full article here: Telehealth and the RT
From: AARC Pact [mailto:PACT@MAIL.AARC.ORG] On Behalf Of Cheryl West
Sent: Monday, July 13, 2015 11:54 AM
Subject: Virtual Lobby Reboot Wk. Link HR 2948 and info on tele in general
I wanted to get back to you with the link that will go “live” this Thursday close of business that will re-launch VL Wk. The “week” officially starts this Friday July 17th
To help you understand RCP licensure in South Carolina, Former SCSRC President Jerry Alewine has provided a list of frequently asked questions and answers to these questions.