Pictured above is Amber Morton, CRT, RCP, Shawna Fry, CRT, RCP, Kindra Schnicker, RRT, RCP, CCT, Director of Cardiopulmonary and Morgan Griffith, RRT, RCP.
Fairfield Memorial Hospital took time out this week to thank the Cardiopulmonary Department during National Respiratory Care Week, October 22-28. The Cardiopulmonary Department is involved in the evaluation, treatment, management, and care of patients with deficiencies and abnormalities associated with the heart and lungs. The department performs a wide range of testing to assist the physician in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. They also provide emergency care to patients who are in distress. The Cardiopulmonary team has a combined 49 years of experience.
“We have a great team of Respiratory Care Practitioners that are very hardworking and dedicated to our mission and organization. I am blessed to have staff that care so much for our patient’s and invest in them and their needs,” stated Kindra Schnicker, RRT, RCP, CCT, FMH Director of Cardiopulmonary.