Jennifer Piette is a two-time graduate of Vanier College, having first completed a DEC in Health Sciences to be followed by a DEC in Respiratory and Anesthesia Technology while working towards a Bachelor’s of Science in between. It definitely was the Respiratory & Anesthesia Technology Program that changed the course of her life and provided […]
James graduated from the Respiratory & Anaesthesia Technology program in 2007. James went to work in the intensive care unit of the Montreal General Hospital and Royal Victoria Hospital as a staff respiratory therapist. During that time James discovered that he had a strong passion for teaching. He began teaching medical residents and Canadian military […]
Graduating from Vanier’s RT program in 1990, Costa began practising his chosen profession at St. Mary’s and the Montreal General Hospital which allowed him to appreciate the varied approach needed to offer acute care to the adult population these hospitals serve. Merging his passion for a multi-disciplinary approach to continued learning and critical care at […]
Sharon graduated from Vanier College, Respiratory & Anesthesia Technology program in 1995. She pursued a career as a staff Respiratory Therapist at several Montreal area hospitals. After several years as a staff therapist she accepted a position with a medical air ambulance firm. Six years of service with this company allowed Sharon to visit many […]
Carole graduated from Rosemont College in 1978. After working part-time in several Montreal French hospitals, looking for work brought her to the Jewish-General-Hospital is 1980. In 1982, she was hired by Vanier College. Having dreamed of becoming a teacher since the age of 5, she obtained a Certificate in Education from UQAM in 1985. Carole […]
Patricia McClurg graduated from Vanier College Respiratory & Anesthesia technology program in 1976. She pursued a career as a staff respiratory therapist at the Jewish General hospital and later on at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. She was hired by Vanier College in 1980 as a clinical instructor. Over the many years as a […]
Vanier Respiratory Graduates are eligible to write the Canadian Board for Respiratory Care (CBRC) exam. While this exam is not compulsory and is not required to obtain a license to work in Quebec, many graduates choose to undertake this exacting assessment. In fact, Vanier graduates have an enviable record of success. For more information about […]
Accredited by the Council on Accreditation for Respiratory Therapy Education (CoARTE), an accreditation program operated through the corporate entity of the Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists. CoARTE accreditation ensures that the program meets the profession’s national competency standards for entry-level respiratory therapists. The program has achieved full accreditation status.